The Sixty-four Counties Youth Movement (HVIM) pays tribute to kamikaze fighters

Tuesday, August 4, 2015

At the moment, there is only one museum in Japan that commemorates to the unique fighters of World War II, the Kamikaze warriors.

The HVIM had the opportunity to express respect to Mr. Kawano Kiichi who runs the only kamikaze museum - Yokaren Shiryokan - in Japan.

For the occasion, the HVIM issued a certificate of honor to commemorate to Japan's kamikaze fighters, which was signed by vice-Presidents of HVIM Gábor Turner Barcsa and Béla Incze.

Now, the certificate is exhibited in the Museum of Yokaren Shiryokan with many other European and Japanese testimonials and endorsements.

(HVIM News Service – -


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