I am a high school junior in Northern California who has spent the past seven years working on a leadership studies project, for which I have conducted interviews with leaders from a variety of different fields from throughout the world, including many of the leading luminaries in politics, business, and entertainment of the past sixty years, the initial results of which was published in ebook form in January of this year. When it comes to the wars of the twentieth century, I have interviewed a number of Medal of Honor recipients, the late Canadian World War I veteran Jack Babcock, and a few veterans of the Abraham Lincoln Brigade which fought in the Spanish Civil War. However, I have always been very interested in interviewing Axis war veterans, and have poured through many of the World War II forums on the Internet in search of lists of living Axis World War II veterans, and even found one on this site from back in 2010. That thread provided me with more than enough information on living German war veterans, but only Luigi Gorrini is still alive from the few Italian veterans listed and the Japanese soldier listed on there has since passed away. So, I was looking for leads on any still-living high-level World War II veterans other than Luigi Gorrini from the Italian Air Corps, Hubert Meyer from the German SS, Reinhard Hardegen from the German Navy, Rochus Misch from the German SS, Otto Carius from the German Heer, Waldemar von Gazen from the German Wehrmacht, and Erich Rudorffer from the German Luftwaffe on the Axis side and King Sihanouk of Cambodia, King Michael of Romania, John Moffat of the Royal Navy, Ivan Sidorenko from the Red Army from the Allied side. I am particularly looking for any leads on Italian or Japanese veterans. Many thanks in advance.