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Posted 7 years ago


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This Japanese good luck flag was carried into battle by a Japanese soldier and was captured by a Marine. This flag shows extensive use with rips, holes, and bloodstains, bearing strong evidence that this flag was actually used in combat. These flags would be tied to a rifle, or folded and put into a pack or helmet, which was common.


  1. Toyman Toyman, 7 years ago
    Yes I have some jap signed american wood id models
  2. deputy151, 2 years ago
    I have a Japanese good luck flag signed by the Japanese soldier and easy company marines blood stained can not find another one signed by easy company marines help
  3. deputy151, 2 years ago
    conklinjim10@yahoo .com
  4. deputy151, 2 years ago
    Also singed by fox company marines!!

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