World: Internal Evidence

Wherever U.S. forces have fought in the Pacific, reports have been circulated that the Japanese had Japanese women in their camps. Few if any such reports have been substantiated. Last week Commander Myron W. Graybill, returned to Los Angeles, quoted a Solomon Islands native chief as having been positive the Japs had at least one woman at a camp near his village.

"How can you be so sure?" Graybill asked. Replied the chief: "I ate her."


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