Couldn't resist two more (favorites): Japan M-17a &18a Occupation of China notes from 1939 & 1940. [sample back from a 3rd note].
At the outset of the Second Sino-Japanese war the Japanese military paid its soldiers with Bank of Japan notes but the scope of the war was so large, by 1939 the influx of banknotes coming back to Japan were causing inflation so they switched to military notes only redeemable on the mainland.
Or do these? WWII Cagayan Emergency Currency Philippines guerrilla money
Emergency circulating notes were currency printed by the Philippine Commonwealth Government in exile during World War II. These "guerrilla pesos" were printed by local government units and banks using crude inks and materials. Due to the inferior quality of these bills, they were easily mutilated. The Japanese-sponsored Second Philippine Republic under President Josť P. Laurel outlawed possession of guerrilla currency and declared a monopoly on the issuance of money and anyone found to possess guerrilla notes could be arrested or even executed.