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there was a newly created generation so they tried to forget what had happened. Japan obviously had new technology, so of course we wanted it so we sent people over there and since there was a new generation at hand they didn't try and kill us all again. but as i watched in a doco called 'Return to Sandarken' many of the soldiers that got away from the death marches and P.O.W camps don't want to forgive and forget. they hate all Japanese for what they did and don't think that Australia should let the Japanese into our counrty for what they did to us...killing us and all. but i guess it is in the beholders hand..or with us..our prime let the Japanese in. and i think that we should just forgive and forget because This generation of Australians and Japanese didnt do anything so we shouldn't think any different of them.

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Q: How were Australian and Japanese relations repaired after World War 2?
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