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Tōshirō Ishida (石田 東四郎 Ishida Tōshirō?, August 1912 – June 25, 2009) was a former Japanese military employee. Drafted in 1937, he was sent to China in order to gain information for the Imperial Japanese Army, but went missing, eventually being declared dead in 1963. He was found living in the Chinese province of Henan in 1993, suffering from amnesia, and returned to Japan that year.
He died of pneumonia in 2009.
- "Man who lost 56 years to war dies". The Japanese Times. June 28, 2009. Retrieved August 12, 2011.
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