• Second Lieutenant Hiroo Onoda born March 19, 1922) is a former Japanese His compensation ( back pay for the 27 years. amounted to very little - a yen a 
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      May 26, 1996. It has been more than 20 years since Hiroo Onoda, one of the most famous Japanese men in The Japanese military. sent Lt Onoda to Lubang in 1944 with. orders to spy on U S forces "What I want is for him to pay "
    • Jun 15, 2010. Hiroo Onoda was born in 1922 in the town of Kainan, Japan and on his seventeenth. birthday, he went to Hankow, (now known as Wuhan) in 
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      1 day ago. Hiroo Onoda, the last Japanese imperial soldier to. come out of hiding and surrender 29 years after Keira Knightley: Back. on blockbuster form
    • Orders: You are absolutely forbidden. to die by your own hand It may take three years, it may take five, but. whatever happens, we'll come back for you Until then.  
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      Hiroo Onoda (??? ??, Onoda Hiroo, March 19, 1922 – January 16, 2014) with local fishermen in June 1953, after. which Onoda nursed him back to health
    • Dec 7, 2005 Onoda escaped back into the jungle, now alone in his misguided mission He received back pay from the Japanese government for his. In May of 1996, Hiroo Onoda returned to Lubang, and donated $10,000 to the school 
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      In one sense, this is exactly what happened. to a man named Hiroo Onoda For thirty years How Onoda ended up in this situation can. really be traced back to his youth He was born in the. His long hike paid off handsomely Suzuki had 
    • Mar 5, 1974. On December 26, 1944 (age 23), Hiroo Onoda was sent to the small. His compensation ( back pay for the 27 years amounted to very little - a 
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      21 hours ago World War II was over — but not for Hiroo Onoda He stuck to his gun and headed back into the bush in the service of his emperor, He received a hero's welcome in Japan, where politicians have long paid tribute to