I found this item in my fathers estate and was hoping someone would give me an idea of what it is. I don't want a complete translation, just a brief description of what it says. It measures 8" x 5" and is two sided.
I'm very interested as well because, although it looks like a pro-war flyer, some of the questions seem to be asking whether it's worth going to war. I didn't get past question 4, though, and I'm probably misunderstanding it. Another possibility in my mind is that the second page answers all of those questions.
Either way, I'm really looking forward to the answer you get!
Yes, it's a leaflet air-dropped by the Americans for soldiers in Okinawa (you can see phrases 皆さんの島, 内地人, この島 your island, people in the main land of Japan or this island there). The same leaflet can be seen in a pdf file 文書・写真類 "documents and photographs" in the site of Okinawa Prefectural Peace Memorial Museum.