Sometimes a Japanese soldier would beg to be taken as a prisoner, only to be shot, execution style. Who would know? There are no rules. All’s fair.
Overheard in a Locker Room
Bob Chikos

Japanese soldiers would often surrender in bad-faith only to attack once their would-be captors were exposed. Not saying killing prisoners was justified, just some insight into the reasoning/fear behind this behavior.

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