Colours of Japanese Supporting Forces WWII

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Tyskaorden2
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Colours of Japanese Supporting Forces WWII

Postby Tyskaorden2 » 15 Mar 2008 12:56

During the World War II the Japanese set up a number of supporting forces recruited from occupied counties and the Puppet Empire of Manchuria (or Manchukuo). From the magazine Nordisk Flaggkontakt 39:2004 some Colours:

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Indonesia Homeland Defence Volunteer Army, a force of some 38 000 Indonesians. Colour adopted 1942 and shows a stragley combination of the Shintoist Sun and Muslim Cresent and Star.

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Manchuria National Labour Corps, adopted 28 June 1945.

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Re: Colours of Japanese Supporting Forces WWII

Postby Marcus Wendel » 20 Mar 2008 21:55

Thanks for sharing those, very interesting.

/Marcus

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Re: Colours of Japanese Supporting Forces WWII

Postby Tyskaorden2 » 21 Mar 2008 13:20

You are welcome here is another flagg from the same source:

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Manchuria Kyowa Youth Corps, adopted 1 March 1945.


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