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American Soldier in Train in Japan After World War II (editor's title)

Allied Forces train in Japan
American soldier leaning out of the window of an Allied Forces train in Japan during the United States occupation following World War II, circa 1945. The Japanese characters above the car number are "ma-i-ne-fu" and designate a class of Japanese National Railway passenger cars built by the Pullman Company.
Source Lake Forest College Library Special Collections
Coverage Spatial, Japan; Temporal, late 1940s
Rights Lake Forest College
Date Created c1945
Resource Type
Format
Classification
Extent Not available
Depicted Railroad
Location Japan
Equipment: Cars Burlington #1205, "ma-i-ne-fu" (Japanese characters)
Builder, Cars Pullman
Collection Arthur Dubin
Institution
Train Name Troop Train
Image ID Dubin.I.45.3
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