It's not taught in their schools.
thats after world war 2
the Japanese Emperor..................
Minister of War
In WWII it wasn't Koreans, it was Japanese
they felt great no jk
Japanese Americans were placed in American internment camps, during World War II.
There were several wars before W.W.1. The most notable are the Russo-Japanese War, Russian Revolution of 1905, and the Balkan Wars.
The Japanese now have a democracy & a non-aggressive foreign policy. They have a more morale & just society.
There none before the bombs. Japanese were willing to dye fighting.
Before the end of World War II, Shinto was the state religion.
They didn't. The Japanese conflicts occurring just before and during World War 1 had no impact on the European war; this was caused (at least basically) by imperialism and nationalism, combined with aggressive expansion attempts by some groups.
The Japanese had a mentality of 'no surrender' during World War 2 because they had fought for so long during World War I. The idea that the Japanese might not win the war was inconceivable at the time.
The japanese military leaders in world war 2 was Genaral Alix .
World War II.
Which change in U.S. society was a result of World War I?
Emperor Showa was head of the Japanese military during the Second World War.
Hiroshima was one of the two Japanese cities destroyed by the Atomic Bomb in 1945 before the end of the war.