The Moorish Soldiers of Imperial Japan – Black Japan

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Officers of the Japanese Imperial Army during the Russo-Japanese war of 1904-190


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9 thoughts on “The Moorish Soldiers of Imperial Japan – Black Japan”

  1. I have to question the legitimacy of this photo. For one thing it is in color and color photography was only invented in 1906 and was not used commercially until decades later. Is there more information about this photo?

      1. Yes it was. Some people based their knowledge on what Europeans taught them to only know to advance their superiority in America. Most was not even true. When you are the victors snd especially good and got even better over the century’s in stealing, killing, destroying, enslaving and colonizing to conquer various nation’s and people, you also get to write his-story for the masses the way you want to in any biased manner.

  2. I’ve been tracing my family heritage for a while. After doing a short background I thought we were traced to Africa and Hawaii. We have vey high cheekbones, narrow noses, small somewhat slanted eyes and dark completions. Now I’m going…um?

    1. I also noticed that remarkable similarity. Especially the African names from groups situated in the African Great Lakes region.

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