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Marion D. Unruh accepts the surrender of Rokuroshi POW Camp from Lt. Tsuntaro Habo, who turned his sword over to him on the day of surrender
111-SC-224000 Caption: "Jap Lieutenant Tsuntaro [Toshitaro] Habe, Camp Commander Ex. turns over his sword to American Camp Commander Col. Marion D. Unruh, B-24 Pilot, from Pretty Prairie, Kansas, in a gesture of surrender. Lt. Habe gave the order for dipping the benjo pails on the day of surrender, and is credited with the quote, "It's yours and you'll dip it."
Credit: U. S. Army Signal Corps  Date: September 7, 1945

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