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Why A Woman Killed Her Kids So Her Husband Could Die With Honour

Hajime Fujii & USS Drexler

Before we start, I would like to warn you that this is a harrowing and heartbreaking true story of Commander Hajime Fujii and the distressing lengths that his wife went to so that he could further serve his country during World War Two. I wanted to take some time to look over why she did what she did and what his motivations were.




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Daniel Millington

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Avid reader and inspiring writer of fiction/ fantasy based literature with the occasional psychology based musings.

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