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JAPANESE VOLUNTEERS

The followit g letter has been received bv a Lady in charge of a London seamen's mission from K. Matsudaira, a young Japanese quartermaeter:— “My dear San, —I deeply sympathize with your peoples in this war, but you meed not bo anxious about it. I am sure England must be to win a splendid victory. . • • Yours have most big Navy and Army in the world. Now, P I_ San, will you do mo a favor? I should like to go* to war for England if I could I don’t mind to lay down one’* lifo for y*ur country. I am sorry to troufiio you, but will you please this my wish ask to British War Office. . . . Just about 10 years ago I lost my brother and an uncle. They was killed by Russian bullet r. They wins most honorable officers of Japanese army when they died at Mukden-, .God bless your country.”

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JAPANESE VOLUNTEERS, Evening Star, Issue 15668, 5 December 1914

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JAPANESE VOLUNTEERS Evening Star, Issue 15668, 5 December 1914

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