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PopQuizzical Daily! for December 11, 2012

During World War II, U.S. code breakers worked overtime to decode what Japanese cipher code?

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The Philippines.
Around the time of Pearl Harbor, Japan was trying to paralyze any foreign aggressors and soften up surrounding targets.  The Japanese creep into surrounding territories was to gather more resources for the growing empire.  After all, if I were Japan I would totally take over the Philippines for the leche flan and the satti alone!  Just look ’em up.  You’ll agree.

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