Sensō no ibutsu to sono idō ga motarashita mono (War relics and the consequences of their movements)
The war dead are often treated differently from others who died in normal circumstances, and objects which had some association with the war dead are given different meaning. The objects which were left by the war dead are often called relics. Human remains, such as bones and ashes, are included in that category. This paper deals with three relics which were left in Australia after the Japanese midget submarine attack in Sydney Harbour in 1942, and traces their movements during and after the...[Show more]
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