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Man Discovers Attic Filled with Looted Art from Battle of Okinawa–Works with FBI to Repatriate it All to Preserve History

  • A family found a stash of looted Japanese artifacts in their late father's Massachusetts attic, including scrolls, pottery, and a map of Okinawa, sparking research on their origin.
  • The FBI returned the artifacts to Okinawa, signaling an important symbolic event for the nation's cultural identity, with ongoing efforts to locate and return missing items.
  • The artifacts, including painted scrolls depicting Okinawan royalty, are being conserved for public display starting in April, with mystery shrouding how the veteran acquired them.
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