See How 32 Men Fought Each Other Because Of One Woman Girl On An Isolated Island

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During the Second World War, a Japanese naval ship was attacked by American combat planes and sunk near Anatahan island.

A total of 31 Japanese soldiers survived and made it to Anatahan Island in the Pacific Ocean, where one Japanese “couple” was living.

The couple had been sent to the island on business before the war was initiated.

On the island, the couple taught the soldiers how to hunt and farm, even after the war ended.

Being a remote island, however, the soldiers and couple had no form of contact with the outside world, so they weren’t informed.

As they continued living on the island, a series of mysterious incidents began occurring.

One day, the captain of the ship was found lifeless in the water, while on another occasion, two other soldiers were found dead with gunshot wounds

The mysterious deaths caused a rise in tension among the island’s inhabitants, and people began becoming suspicious of each other.

It was later found that the wife, Kazuko Higa, was the only woman on the island, which caused conflict amongst the men on the island. Actually, all 31 soldiers fell in love with the woman

The Japanese “couple” weren’t actually together, and when the soldiers found out, they began fighting over her. The husband of wife was searching for his sister on some other island(due to world war) thinking his boss will take care of his wife behind. His boss faked marriage with her so that mo soldier would even think about her.

The woman thought of dating the men(out of fear) thinking her husband is dead.

The men’s jealousy and rivalry became worse over time that they decided to kill her so that the peace could be maintained on the entire island, causing the “wife” to secretly board a ship and leave the island in 1950.

After she left, there were reportedly no more incidents of violence and the island was peaceful.

In 1951, the soldiers were rescued by American forces and were taken back home. The soldiers lived happily and with peace till 1951<<Continue Reading>>>

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