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Who was Hirohito?

Hirohito was the 124th Emperor of Japan. He ruled for six decades, from December 1926 until his death in January 1989. He died from pancreatic cancer, which he got from an STD (MORE)

What was hirohito famous for?

Hirohito was Japan's longest reigning monarch from 1926-1989. He  was also the first Japanese Emperor to become a democratic figure  head. This allowed his country to recove (MORE)

What awards did Hirohito get?

Grand Cordon of the http://www.answers.com/topic/order-of-the-chrysanthemum, Grand Cordon of the http://www.answers.com/topic/order-of-the-rising-sun with Sun Paulownia Blosso (MORE)

What did Hirohito believe in?

Japanese emperor, Hirohito, believed himself to be a modern monarch  and though he did nothing to stop it, did not favor an alliance  with the Axis powers. He approved deadl (MORE)

Is Hirohito a male?

Yes, he is (according to the literal question. I should say "he  was", because he's dead since 1989). Only male princes could (and  can) inherit the Japanese Imperial throne (MORE)

Why was Hirohito a tyrant?

First of all, we must clarify that Imperial Japan didn't have a  Western-style dictator. Imperial Japan was a totalitarian state,  but it was ruled by an oligarchy whose hea (MORE)

What was emperor hirohito about?

Hirohito was the 124th Emperor of Japan from December 25, 1926 to  January 7, 1989. He was previously Regent from 1921 to 1926. He  chose "Showa" ("Enlightened Peace") as na (MORE)