Radio: Bushido Treatment

"American prisoners from Wake Island arrived in Yokohama yesterday. They had a very sad expression on their faces, but they are admiring the Bushido treatment* they received on the boat from the Japanese. They are grateful for the accommodations given to them in the way of hospitalization. At the beginning they could not eat Japanese pickles, but after trying a few they have taken a liking to them. . . . During their voyage they displayed their typical American individualism, but the Japanese trained them to be more cooperative. ... On the boat, the...

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