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Yamashita

(ˌjæməˈʃiːtə)
n
(Biography) Tomoyuki (ˌtəʊməʊˈjuːkɪ). 1885–1946, Japanese general. He commanded Japanese forces in the Malayan campaign in World War II and took Singapore (1942); captured (1945) and hanged

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