How were the servants viewed? What roles did they serve? Give examples from "the enemy" to support your answer. How do you feel about the issue?

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The servants were not happy that their master was healing one of the enemy soldiers. Yumi looked after their children. There was an old man who was employed as gardener as well as house servant. Even the cook was against them. According to them, their masters were more loyal to the Americans. They left the house when Sadao decided to save the young soldier and they only returned when he left. Then servants were treated as family but Sadao and Hana considered them as backward people who believed in superstitions, which they did. 

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