How Japanese soldiers helped the British in 1944 Java conflict
According to the Pentagon Papers, a similar situation occurred in IndoChina (Viet Nam) after the Japanese surrender. According to the report, When the British landed in the south, they rearmed the interned French forces as well as parts of the surrendered Japanese forces to aid them in retaking southern Vietnam, as they did not have enough troops to do this themselves "
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