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By the end of 1947, a total of 625,000 men had been formally repatriated. During this same period, an estimated 294,000 who had surrendered in northern Korea "unofficially" made their way to disembarkation ports in the American-controlled southern part of the peninsula. Between May and December of the following year, after a delay of four months, roughly three hundred thousand more were al1m'led to return home. Then, once again, the flow of repatriates was stopped, ostensibly because of adverse weather conditions.
A total of 31,617 American POWs were freed and processed through Manila by October 31, 1945, of whom 187 remained hospitalizedY By far the largest number of aliens in Japan were other Asians, the great majority Koreans who had been conscripted to perform heavy labor. der, and most desired to leave. By the first week of 1946, 630,000 Koreans had already been repatriated. The total reached over 930,000 by the end of that year. At the same time, some Koreans who encountered confusion and hardship in their native country, now divided into American and Soviet occupation zones, attempted to reenter Japan.
36 While the spectacle of a child bearing the ashes of her immediate family was newsworthy a year after Japan surrendered, it was commonplace to see demobilized soldiers returning from abroad with the ashes of deceased comrades, which they had undertaken to return to surviving kin. Civilian returnees, too, routinely carried the small white boxes among their meager belongings. Sometimes, however, even the remains of the dead had no clear final destination. 37 Many adults who returned after years abroad found that their families had been shattered.
American Stories: A History of The United States, Combined Volume (2nd Edition) by T. H. Breen, H. W. Brands, R. Hal Williams, Ariela J. Gross