Vet recalls Japan's surrender
When Martin Haag was drafted into World War II in 1944, he thought he would just do his duty for his country and hopefully make it back home.
Little did Haag know that he would witness the end of the war firsthand.
"When the war ended, my ship was one of the ships that was asked to go over for the signing of the surrender of the Japanese," Haag said.
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