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.
the military class
The military class
Feudal Japan was dominated by the powerful regional families (damio) and the military rule of warlords (shogun), not the emperors.
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Hideki Tojo .
The Shoguns role was to take of the military
domination by a military class
Tojo became Prime Minister in 1941.
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The shogun was the Absolutist Military dictator of japan, operating while hiding behind the figurehead "emperor".
He was not the dictator of Japan. He was just the Prime Minister of Japan.
No dictator. Constitutional monarchy.
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.
japan was based on the feudal system and china was based on imperialism.
emeperors had littlle or no power in feudal japan shoguns had the real power
The Kamakura shogunate ruled Japan after the emperors power declined. The Kamakura shogunate was a type of feudal military government.
He was a military dictator
It established Japanas a respected military power after they defeated the Russian Navy, and brought Japan into the forefront of military technology. Japan had been feudal and primitive just a few decades before the war.
Of course a Military Dictator.