The Role of the Emperor in WWII Japan
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October 26, 2015
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However, the Americans did not have the emperor Hirohito himself sign the papers of surrender in order for him to save his dignity and keep the respect of the Japanese people.
The bravery the Japanese army showed in battle was largely in loyalty to the emperor and the country. The kamikaze pilots who crashed their planes and themselves into enemy ships and bases sacrificed their lives because they had been taught that the honor of their country was more important than their lives...
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The kamikaze pilots who crashed their planes and themselves into enemy ships and bases sacrificed their lives because they had been taught that the honor of their country was more important than their lives. This kind of loyalty was present in many soldiers and pilots in the Japanese military as well as ordinary citizens...
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