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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

    Japanese wooden ruler
    Japanese wooden ruler
    Japanese wooden ruler
    Japanese wooden ruler
    Japanese wooden ruler
    Japanese wooden ruler

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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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