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Numerous insiders provide information and documentation on the Japanese plunder of a dozen nations from 1937 to 1945, and hiding of that plunder in Japan and the Philippines. That was followed by the secret retrieval of a portion of the plunder by U.S. personnel for use in covert activities subverting numerous countries. The U.S. scheme required that the U.S.-Japan peace treaty claim that there was no plunder; and required that the U.S. protect certain Japanese war criminals guilty of horrific crimes against prisoners of war; and much more.

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