Part 1 of Dugolds story was quite riveting, and I assure you part 2 becomes equally, if not more engrossing.
Having wanted to join WWII as a pilot, Dugold finds his natural aptitude for languages leads him to being assigned as an interpreter and he was sent to New Guinea where his job was to decipher any Japanese documents captured or found.
Dugold openly shares his unusual experiences with stories that are supplemented by the reading of both his and the diaries of captured Japanese soldiers.
How Dugold came to have diaries how it is he is fluent in reading Japanese is part of this fascinating tale.
Click to hear – Dugold Moyes – Part 2
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