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World War II
Because Japan has thought only about her own peace, values such as freedom, justice and order, which can be shared with other countries, have become secondary.
Polish exile Aniela Stepan and her husband Olgierd tell their story to Michael Smith.
The nine million readers of the Japanese paper, Yomiuri, read in June of how another Welsh war veteran was building bridges with Japan.
We passed each other every morning. She went along Fulda's Kunzeller Street to the Jewish school. I went down Edelzeller Street to the town school. Where the two streets crossed, we met. But I didn't even know her name.
The Kriegs describe the year that their daughter was addicted as the lowest point of their married life.