I was stationed in Yokohama during the Vietnam war era. It seemed to me that this war was very far away, and that a concerted effort was made to leave this at a distance. Perhaps there was a self -protective mechanism at play,or an avoidance of the obvious, at least on the surface. Perhaps this was the "ostrich effect". Like turning your head away from a bad car crash. This was not easy for the patents at Kishine, for they lived it, breathed it, and suffered, even now, for it.
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