My grandmother has a copy of an official Japanese government document (spelling errors and all) that lists my great grandfather, along with several other men, and includes their punishment for ,in some form or another, resisting the Japanese Nazis. My great-grandfather was beheaded, if I remember correctly, or was perhaps shot, but I do believe he was beheaded along with other men who were part of organized resistance. I'm not sure the name of this organization my great grandfather was in but I know my grandmother has mentioned he was in the French Foreign Lesion (?) However he was originally from Morrocco and living in Indonesia before the war erupted.
I have done a search to try to find these documents but I come up with nothing on this subject. Help?!