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    Hello, please tell me, is the ruler of military or civilian? A friend told me, that this ruler brought as a souvenir from the war, his grandfather, who fought in the Far East.

    Best regards, Michael

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    It is Chinese, not Japanese. A student's ruler, not military, as can be read from the info printed on it.

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    Nick, many thanks for your answer!
    You helped me a lot.

    Best regards, Michael

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    soldiers have been known to bring back some very odd souvenirs.
    BOB

    LIFE'S LOSERS NEVER LEARN FROM THE ERROR OF THEIR WAYS.

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    Today I was talking with a friend, who is now in this ruler. He told me that grandfather brought a ruler for his children, he thought that after the war, they do not have school supplies. He also brought a aluminum soldier canteen, but for himself.

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