The mustache that Japanese fascist soldiers used to keep during World War II is called the mustache “toothbrush”. The edges of the mustache are vertical rather than tapered, like toothbrush bristles attached to the nose. Beard is easy to clean, does not cause problems in meals. The origin of this beard comes from Europe, specifically from Germany. At first, Germans often had a bushy beard, but when World War I broke out, German troops were often attacked with poison gas, to wear poison masks as well as to ensure sanitary conditions. soldiers were forced to cut off most of the beard, leaving only a few.
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