Why were the Japanese Army so Brutal

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The abolition of the Samurai was part of a larger scale effort to reform the traditional ways of Japans feudal system and class structure. The hope was that this new way of distinguishing between classes would produce a united and powerful Japan. The Restoration displaced the Samurai and the effects of this displacement were strongly felt amongst those who resisted the change in their societal role...
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The Great Samurai Uprising of 1877 was fought and led by disaffected Samurai. To over come this displacement, all of the new IJA officers were former Samurai and the Imperial Army incorporated the values and codes of the Samurai into the army’s values and codes. So in effect, the early IJA was an army led by the most calculating, brutal and effective killers the country had on offer...
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