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Two days before the end of the war, a law enforcement ceremony was held at a temple in Otsuki City, Yamanashi Prefecture, on the 13th, to commemorate the students and faculty of high school girls who were sacrificed by the air raid in Otsuki City, Yamanashi Prefecture ...


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Two days before the end of the war, a law summoning high school girls and faculty members who were sacrificed by air raids in Otsuki City, Yamanashi Prefecture was held at a temple in Otsuki City, Yamanashi Prefecture on the 13th.

During the “Otsuki Air Raid” on August 13, 1945, more than 50 people were killed, including citizens, students from the former Tsuru High School and teachers.

On the 13th, 74 years after the “Otsuki Air Raid”, a bill was held at the temple in Otsuki City to commemorate the victims.

About 40 people, including the family members of the bereaved families and victims, and the students of Toru High School, whose predecessor was Toru High School, attended the statutory.

Among them, Hiroyoshi Kosuge, president of the Toru High School Alumni Association, said, “I also experienced an air raid on the way to school. It was.

After this, the attendees moved to the “haircut mound” where the hair of the students who died in the air raid was stored, and turned their hands quietly with the flowers.

Ms. Mizukoshi, Vice President of Tsuru High School at Tsuru High School, said, “I feel that we are living in a time when we were blessed. It was.

ref: nhk

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