El soldado japonés Shoichi Yokoi fue encontrado en las selvas de Guam después de sobrevivir durante tres décadas creyendo que Japón seguía en guerra. Yokoi murió de un ataque cardíaco en sept. de 1997, con 82 años.Fue enterrado en un cementerio de Nagoya bajo la lápida que su madre había mandado hacer en 1955

El soldado japonés Shoichi Yokoi fue encontrado en las selvas de Guam después de sobrevivir durante tres décadas creyendo que Japón seguía en guerra. Yokoi murió de un ataque cardíaco en sept. de 1997, con 82 años.Fue enterrado en un cementerio de Nagoya bajo la lápida que su madre había mandado hacer en 1955

Shoichi Yokoi - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Shoichi Yokoi - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Japanese Soldier Cartoon | Shoichi Yokoi, the Japanese soldier who held out in Guam

Three decades hiding in the Guam jungle

This Japanese soldier spent 28 years hiding in the jungle

Shōichi Yokoi (横井 庄一 Yokoi Shōichi, March 31, 1915 – September 22, 1997) was a Japanese sergeant in the Imperial Japanese Army (IJA) during the Second World War. He was among the last three Japanese holdouts to be found after the end of hostilities in 1945, discovered in the jungles of Guam in January 1972, almost 28 years after US forces had regained control of the island in 1944.

Shoichi Yokoi, a Japanese sergeant in World War II, returned to Japan in 27 years after World War II ended. Two American hunters discovered Yokoi.

We traveled a long way to see this hole! lol-- It's where Shoichi Yokoi hid out in Guam for 28 years, vowing not to surrender.

We traveled a long way to see this hole! lol-- It's where Shoichi Yokoi hid out in Guam for 28 years, vowing not to surrender.

January 24, 1972 - Japanese soldier Shoichi Yokoi was discovered on Guam after he had spent 28 years hiding out in the jungle not knowing World War II had long since ended.

January 1972 - Japanese soldier Shoichi Yokoi was discovered on Guam after he had spent 28 years hiding out in the jungle not knowing World War II had long since ended.

Shoichi Yokoi, 82, Is Dead; Japan Soldier Hid 27 Years

Shoichi Yokoi, 82, Is Dead; Japan Soldier Hid 27 Years

Shoichi Yokoi, Japanese soldier who hid in jungles of Guam for 27 years rather than surrender to American forces at end of World War II, died on Sept 22 at age photos (L)

Safrudin S. Manyila: SERSAN SHOICHI YOKOI,Nakamura (Di Morotai) Letnan Dua Hiroo Onoda MENYERAH SETELAH 27 TAHUN PERANG USAI

Safrudin S. Manyila: SERSAN SHOICHI YOKOI,Nakamura (Di Morotai) Letnan Dua Hiroo Onoda MENYERAH SETELAH 27 TAHUN PERANG USAI

Shoichi Yokoi - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

1972 - Japanese soldier Shoichi Yokoi was discovered in Guam, having spent 28 years hiding in the jungle thinking World War II was still going on.

28 Years in the Jungle: The Shoichi Yokoi Story

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24 Jan 72: Sergeant Shoichi Yokoi, the third to the last Japanese holdout of WWII, is discovered in the jungles of Guam, almost 28 years after US forces had regained control of the island in 1944. More: http://scanningwwii.com/a?d=0124&s=720124 #WWII

24 Jan 72: Sergeant Shoichi Yokoi, the third to the last Japanese holdout of WWII, is discovered in the jungles of Guam, almost 28 years after US forces had regained control of the island in 1944. More: http://scanningwwii.com/a?d=0124&s=720124 #WWII

During this Japanese soldier's three decades of hiding in the jungles of Guam he created this loom.

Three decades hiding in the Guam jungle

The story of Shoichi Yokoi, the Japanese soldier who spent nearly three decades hiding in the jungles of Guam after the end of World War II.

After 28 years of hiding in the jungles of Guam, local farmers discover Shoichi Yokoi, a Japanese sergeant who was unaware that World War II had ended.

After 28 years of hiding in the jungles of Guam, local farmers discover Shoichi Yokoi, a Japanese sergeant who was unaware that World War II had ended.

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