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This man, Yang Kyoungjong, fought for three armies in WWII. At 18, this Korean was conscripted by the Japanese from Manchuria (northern China) and sent off to fight the Soviets. He was captured after the Battle of Khalkhin-Gol and sent to a labor camp. But when the Soviets started running low on manpower, he was conscripted again in 1942 along with thousands of his fellow prisoners and shipped off to the eastern front. In 1943, he was captured by the Germans at the Battle of Kharkov in Ukraine. They handed him a German uniform, and sent him off to fight in France in a special battalion of Soviet prisoners. American paratroopers captured him again and he spent some time in prison camp in Britain before immigrating to the US. He died in Illinois in 1992.