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Fr. Kapaun.

A Catholic Priest
Fr. Kapaun
Alex A
In anybody's language, other than a communist, Father Kapaun was a martyr for the faith and for his fellow man, including his enemies. Truly, may he rest in eternal peace.
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R.I.P

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War in Korea in 1950. Not Korean war since Red China & Japan.
Japan attacked Hawaii but was defeated, the allied powers that won World War II divided the colony (36 years) of defeated Japan.
S.Korean Catholics have been praying since1948 for Reunification of Han Peninsular.
Japan and China do not want Korean Reunification
(Saying : My happines…More
R.I.P

The only U.N Cemetery unmck.or.kr/eng/main/

War in Korea in 1950. Not Korean war since Red China & Japan.
Japan attacked Hawaii but was defeated, the allied powers that won World War II divided the colony (36 years) of defeated Japan.
S.Korean Catholics have been praying since1948 for Reunification of Han Peninsular.
Japan and China do not want Korean Reunification
(Saying : My happiness is from the other's Unhappiness).
rhemes1582
A quote from presenter of this video
"When the story of human history comes to a close, death and violence don't get the final word. The love of God does. That love, burning bright in the heart of Fr. Emil Kapaun in the darkness of a POW camp in the Korean war, made him a hero."
Alex A
Amen, to that quote.