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They promised me that they would find me someone amazing for me; a perfect fit just as I described to them.
I'm honest, professional and have a good head on my shoulders. From the beginning, it was obvious that they didn't give a dam; and set me up with just about anyone - nowhere near what I asked for.
In the Burma campaign, other members, such as the anti-British Indian National Army of Free India and the Burma National Army of the State of Burma were active and fighting alongside their Japanese allies.
Moreover, Japan conscripted many soldiers from its colonies of Korea and Taiwan.
The Allies supported and organized an underground anti-Japanese resistance group, known as the Free Thai Movement, after the Thai ambassador to the United States had refused to hand over the declaration of war.
Because of this, after the surrender in 1945, the stance of the United States was that Thailand should be treated as a puppet of Japan and be considered an occupied nation rather than as an ally.
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was the theater of World War II that was fought in the Pacific and Asia.
The formal surrender of Japan ceremony took place aboard the battleship USS Missouri in Tokyo Bay on 2 September 1945.
Pictured are representatives from the United States (seated), the Philippine Commonwealth, China, the United Kingdom, Australia, Canada, the Netherlands, and New Zealand In Allied countries during the war, the "Pacific War" was not usually distinguished from World War II in general, or was known simply as the War against Japan.
In the United States, the term Pacific Theater was widely used, although this was a misnomer in relation to the Allied campaign in Burma, the war in China and other activities within the Southeast Asian Theater.
After the war, Japan lost all rights and titles to its former possessions in Asia and the Pacific, and its sovereignty was limited to the four main home islands and other minor islands as determined by the Allies.
The Pacific War Council as photographed on 12 October 1942.