KaZim الكربلائي
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ภัคธร ประทุมมา
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Мурат-Али Язлобаев
Мурат-Али Язлобаев Сағат бұрын
Индийские актёры отдыхают, новые супер воины появились.
Sanjar Rajabov
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معاذ محمود
معاذ محمود 2 сағат бұрын
KaZim الكربلائي
KaZim الكربلائي 2 сағат бұрын
Me and my squad play pubg 😂🤣
ukrnike 3 сағат бұрын
Видна рука индийских режиссёров) С гранатой на самолёт -это жесть)))
Kamil Kamil
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micha zeffren 6 сағат бұрын
ishita bhalla
ishita bhalla 6 сағат бұрын
Movie name?
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Matt taratov 7 сағат бұрын
Indian movie mix china 😂😂😂
Арсен Исмаилов
Арсен Исмаилов 8 сағат бұрын
M.Mehrjoo 9 сағат бұрын
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Oliver Abayare 9 сағат бұрын
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اسم الفلم
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これ…真面目に作った映画なんですか? … もしかして笑う映画ですか?
Ali Aliyev
Ali Aliyev 14 сағат бұрын
the name of the movie
Nkululeko Sikhakhane
Nkululeko Sikhakhane 15 сағат бұрын
Name of movie please
Асылбек Канатов
Асылбек Канатов 16 сағат бұрын
Сказка китайский
алексей лебедев
алексей лебедев 16 сағат бұрын
Что за кино
Farooq Ali
Farooq Ali 16 сағат бұрын
Nishon Bahorov
Nishon Bahorov 17 сағат бұрын
Minostyle 17 сағат бұрын
chinese military fantasy
halit pala
halit pala 18 сағат бұрын
Filmin adi ne
A braxas
A braxas 18 сағат бұрын
아 씨바.박찬호네
Danuka Malinga
Danuka Malinga 19 сағат бұрын
what is the Movie name?
Валера Мухаметшин
Валера Мухаметшин 20 сағат бұрын
А на Украине хохлушки сбивают самолёты банками с огурцами.
Sadiq Hosini
Sadiq Hosini 21 сағат бұрын
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Борис Панюков 21 сағат бұрын
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Arvind Kumar Patir
Arvind Kumar Patir 22 сағат бұрын
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vitelio daniels
vitelio daniels 23 сағат бұрын
No sé hablar chino por favor coloquen los sub títulos en español
sagar sonawane
sagar sonawane 23 сағат бұрын
Hussnain Ahmad
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I love your contact
Qurbonali Sharipov
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Qurbonali Sharipov
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xii jinping
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Which movie is thia
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Any Indian is her ❤
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Ton Knice
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ในหนังเก่งชิปหาย เรื่องจริงมีนอนเป็นปุ๋ย5555
Clay Park
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During World War II, the Japanese army committed a number of atrocities, particularly in the Asian countries that it occupied. Here are some of the most significant examples: Nanking Massacre: In 1937, the Japanese army captured the city of Nanking (now known as Nanjing) in China. Over the next several weeks, they proceeded to kill an estimated 200,000 Chinese civilians and prisoners of war. Many of the victims were raped, tortured, or subjected to other forms of extreme violence. The Nanking Massacre is widely regarded as one of the worst war crimes of the 20th century. Comfort Women: The Japanese military set up a system of "comfort stations" throughout the territories it occupied, where women (mostly from Korea, but also from other countries) were forced to provide sexual services to Japanese soldiers. Estimates vary, but it's believed that as many as 200,000 women were involved in this system. Many were kidnapped or otherwise coerced into participating, and most were subjected to brutal treatment. Biological Warfare: The Japanese army conducted experiments on prisoners of war and civilians using biological weapons, including plague, cholera, and anthrax. These experiments resulted in the deaths of thousands of people and caused widespread suffering. Forced Labor: Japanese soldiers and civilians forced people in the territories they occupied to work in mines, factories, and other dangerous environments. Many of these people were worked to death or died from starvation and disease. Death Marches: When the Japanese army was forced to retreat from the Philippines in 1945, they forced thousands of American and Filipino prisoners of war to march long distances in brutal conditions. Many died from exhaustion, disease, or were killed outright. These are just a few examples of the atrocities committed by the Japanese army during World War II. The Japanese government has acknowledged some of these crimes and apologized for them, but the legacy of these actions continues to be felt throughout Asia. Despite acknowledging some of the atrocities committed by the Japanese army during World War II, the Japanese government has not issued a formal apology to the victims of its system of "comfort women" and forced laborers from Korea and other countries. Many of these women were kidnapped or otherwise forced into sexual servitude for Japanese soldiers, while the forced laborers were subjected to grueling work in mines and factories. The issue of comfort women has been particularly contentious between Japan and South Korea. Although Japan issued a formal apology in 1993 and established a fund to compensate surviving victims, many Koreans feel that the apology was insufficient and that the Japanese government has not done enough to acknowledge its role in the exploitation of these women. In addition to the lack of formal apologies, there have been concerns about the way that Japanese textbooks present the country's actions during World War II. Some textbooks have been criticized for downplaying or even denying the extent of Japanese war crimes. This has caused tensions with neighboring countries, particularly South Korea and China, who feel that Japan is not taking responsibility for its actions during the war. Overall, the legacy of Japan's actions during World War II continues to be a source of tension and controversy in the region, and many feel that the Japanese government has not done enough to acknowledge the suffering of its victims.