In early August, Moss and others have noticed that something strange happens. Food was more drinking water in abundance. No one was punished and beaten for refusing to go into the mine in the event of illness. Something happened. President Harry Truman made the strongest possible terms. The latest weapons were struck Japan. August 14, 1945, the Japanese government agreed to an unconditional surrender. Neighborhood Muisi was so far north that the message got to the places only two weeks. September 2, 1945, Japan signed the official surrender aboard the USS "Missouri". Day of Victory over Japan. Moss and his fellow prisoners were taken on board the Australian transport ship in the open arms of the winners.
Morality and Its Beyond
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