WORLD WAR TWO IMPERIAL JAPANESE ARMY HOLES` TUNNELS & TREASURES TRACKING GOLDEN LILY SITES 1, by: princetakeda | Soundcry
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Title: WORLD WAR TWO IMPERIAL JAPANESE ARMY HOLES` TUNNELS & TREASURES TRACKING GOLDEN LILY SITES 1
Author: princetakeda
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Description: A brief video and pictorial narrative about tracking the "Golden lily".
13 nations including the philippines was conquered by the Imperial Japanese Army following an imperial command that ordered the "3 all". kill all, burn all and loot all.
These are just some few clips of evidence that the Japanese Imperial grand plans included building underground fortresses for military tactics, shelter and later, hiding places for most of the looted Imperial treasures...So they say "to the victor goes the spoils"---Japan is so prosperous even they lose the war.

The video shows authentic Imperial Japanese Army Spider Holes during ww2.
A Spider Hole is a type of Foxhole that can be used for observation or ambush. To make a Spider Hole one must dig out a large hole and covers it with foliage and materials found nearby, leaving only a small observation slit.

Some Spider Holes were connected to tunnel systems.

The name Spider Hole comes from the Trapdoor Spider which waits in a small hole covered with leaves and springs into action to catch prey when it crawls nearby.
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