Veterans recall the brutality of war with the Japanese, their allegiance to their emperor, the tropical heat, the jungle, the danger of the rocky reefs, and the threat of malaria, for which they took Atabrine. The memories come flooding back, as our veterans speak of these events, as though they occurred just yesterday.
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