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Dictator of Japan?


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2011-04-05 22:15:16
2011-04-05 22:15:16

In World War 2 it was Hideki Tojo.

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He was not the dictator of Japan. He was just the Prime Minister of Japan.

No dictator. Constitutional monarchy.

Japan didn't have a dictator, they had an emperor. This man's name is Emperor Hirohito. He was the last emperor of Japan.

Tojo was the leader of japan during ww2

Hideke Tojo was from Japan and became a dictator in the end he was found guilty and hung.

Japan has an Emperor. In World War Two, it was Emperor Hirohito, currently it is Emperor Akihito.

Wasn,t politics, was the Empere of japan, a dictator,

Hideki Tojo was the dictator of Japan during WWII.

The dictator of Nazi Germany was Adolf Hitler. The dicatator of Italy was Benito Mussolini, and the "dictator" of Japan was Hideki Tojo.

answer The supreme leader in feudal Japan were the Shogun, they were like a type of military dictator.

In feudal Japan the Shogun was the military dictator of Japan. It means literally "commander of a force". It is equivalent to a Commander in Chief.


Emperor Taisho (Yoshihito 1879-1926).

He was a military leader for Japan. He made the descisions such as the choice to join the axis powers. So he was pretty much the dictator of Japan.

i dont know i was wondering the same thing

The shogun was the Absolutist Military dictator of japan, operating while hiding behind the figurehead "emperor".

General Hideki Tojo was the dictator of Japan during WWII.

Benito Mussolini,hirohito,Hitler,and Joseph Stalin

Hideki Tojo Emperor Hirohito was by then a mere figurehead

The emperor of Japan both before and during the war has Hirohito and the "prime minister" (more like a dictator) was Hideki Tōjō.

dictator is a boob dictator is a boob

He was the Japanese Dictator that leqad Japan until he was overpowered and executed.

Don't know but it may have been Tojo the military dictator that master minded the Japanese in WWII.

Well, technically he was Prime Minister, not dictator, and he was also Commander in Chief of the Japanese armed forces, and his name was Hidecki Tojo.

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