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    • Justin T

      American mutilation of Japanese war dead. "May 22, 1944 Life Magazine Picture of the Week, 'Arizona war worker writes her Navy boyfriend a thank-you-note for the Jap skull he sent her' "

    • Barbara Romiti

      5.22.1944 - Life Magazine published a photo of an American girl with a Japanese skull sent to her by her naval officer boyfriend. The letters Life received from its readers in response to this photo were "overwhelmingly condemnatory."

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