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By  John_in_Oz  |  39

So go back to him and tell him you've got permission from ASIO to tell him you're an Australian spy studying Japanese and German to spy on them. If he asks for proof, tell him of course you don't have any proof, no spy carries proof they're a spy.

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By  John_in_Oz  |  39

So go back to him and tell him you've got permission from ASIO to tell him you're an Australian spy studying Japanese and German to spy on them. If he asks for proof, tell him of course you don't have any proof, no spy carries proof they're a spy.

By  tj4234  |  46

To be fair, although I never went through WW2 myself I imagine it does take a bit of getting over... Those who fought for for the Axis powers probably feel the same way, regardless of their political views on the matter. It's no surprise really. A couple of years ago, there were two old men walking down the street in my town. They both had a panic attack because a car backfired and it brought back memories of the war. My great grandfather fought in the Polish resistance and earned a war medal for valour, but he smashed it up later on in life because it made him think of his friends who were killed in the war.

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  kiskraze  |  46

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  SammyS2012  |  46

Yes thank you, #55, I guess I should have elaborated. At first, I thought #23 was being sarcastic, calling it post-dramatic disorder so when I realized it was a typo, I didn't want anyone else to make that mistake. :)

By  Joshawott  |  29

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