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Come See the Paradise (1990) Poster

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Anachronisms 

When the Family is departing for the camps by train, An Announcement uses the Phonetic Alphabet BRAVO for B when referring to the train. BRAVO is the Current Phonetic Alphabet but during WW2 it would have been BAKER. ABLE BAKER CHARLIE, not the current ALFA BRAVO CHARLIE.
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During the destroying Japanese businesses scene, one of the broken windows is made from safety glass.
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Factual errors 

Toward the end when Lily is sitting at the kitchen table she reports to her aunt that a big bomb, an atomic bomb, was dropped over Hiroshima. "In a 1/10th of a second 200,000 people were killed". This is a factual error. Approximately 70,000 were killed that day and roughly another 70,000 by the end of 1945.
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Incorrectly regarded as goofs 

During the destroying Japanese businesses scene, the "I am an American" sign is printed as if from a professional printers, however, it's entirely possible that people had signs professionally printed.
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