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Japan's Mitsubishi apologizes tor World War II American POW forced labor
Hikaru Kimura, Senior Executive Officer Mitsubishi Materials offers an apology to 94-year-old WWII U.S. prisoner of war James Murphy and the relatives of other former prisoners at the Simon Wiesenthal Center in Los Angeles on July 19, 2015. About 500 American POWs were forced to work in four mines operated by Mitsubishi's predecessor firm, Mitsubishi Mining Co., along with thousands of other POWs from allied powers Philippines, Korea and China. Photo by Jim Ruymen/UPI
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James Cormac Murphy is an author born in Liverpool on 6 January 1946, the sixth of fifteen children born to Laura and Michael Murphy.

James, or ‘Jim’ Murphy is creditted with writing several books including his trilogy of cold-war spy thrillers, Cedar (1986), Juniper (1988) and Ash (1990).

James has also penned the acclaimed The Murder of Julia Wallace (2001), the latest book of a series which seeks to solve a 70-years old murder in Liverpool and more recently Liverpool VCs (2008) which covers the lives and times of 23 liverpool men who won the Victoria Cross.

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