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Daemon
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Hiroo Onoda

When Lubang Island in the Philippines was reclaimed by the Allies at the end of World War II, Japanese army officer Hiroo Onoda hid in the dense jungle and refused to surrender. He remained there for 29 years, dismissing all attempts to convince him of the war's end as ruses. Later found by a Japanese student, Onoda refused to surrender unless given the order by his superior officer, who was then flown to Lubang by the Japanese government to do so. What happened then? More...
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Hiroo Onoda
When Lubang Island in the Philippines was reclaimed by the Allies at the end of World War II, Japanese army officer Hiroo Onoda hid in the dense jungle and refused to surrender. He remained there for 29 years, dismissing all attempts to convince him of the war's end as ruses. Later found by a Japanese student, Onoda refused to surrender unless given the order by his superior officer, who was then flown to Lubang by the Japanese government to do so.
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I would never surrender either.
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Hiroo Onoda
- He is an old and former Imperial Japanese Army officer who fought in WWII and did not surrender in 1945.
- His former commander traveled from Japan to personally issue orders relieving him from duty in 1975.
- He had stint 30 years keeping his position at the Philippines Japanese Base.
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His name sounds like "hero". Coincidence, you know.
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