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"Franklin D. Roosevelt" and "USS Franklin"

http://timeline.sakura.ne.jp/01/n/1/2/8 ... .html#3_02

On March 19, 1945, Aircraft carrier "USS Franklin" is hit by Japanese bombers.
The attack kills 724 of her crew.
The ship is badly damaged, she is able to return to the US under her own power.

On April 12, 1945, US President Franklin D. Roosevelt dies.

Both events seem to have nothing to do with each other.

However, from the Japanese side, they are obviously connected.

Both events occurred on the Koki 660th year anniversary of the death of Empress of "Fujiwara no Ariko".

She is not famous very much even in the Japanese history.

But in the conspiracy theories, there are a lot of date puns.

"USS Franklin" is named in honor of the founding father "Benjamin Franklin".

However, the timing and the circumstances of the bombing is strange and fishy.

It is yet the tip of the iceberg in the Japanese conspiracy.

( personal opinion )
The documents of that era are available to the public now.

You will find them surprising. They didn't know much about Japan as it was at the time. The idea that they knew, or would care, about Japanese history is silly.

They didn't know, and they didn't care, we were in a economic crisis, and a domestic political conflict, that took up most of their time.
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