Yamashita General Hideki Tojo was a General in the Imperial Japanese Army. He also served as Prime Minister of Japan during a lot of World War II (October 18, 1941 - July 22, 1944). Tojo was sentenced to death for war crimes by the International Military Tribunal of the Far East after the end of World War II.
Naval Marshal General Isoroku Yamamoto.
He was the leader of the combined fleet but Yomashita is the main Japanese genaral.
the general of the japanes military during ww2 was general Yamamato
GEN Homma; GEN Yamashita; ADM Tanaka (one of their best fighting admirals).
There were a number of Japanese Generals during WW2 .
General K. Anami was the Japanese Minister of War during WWII.
general Hideki Tōjō
Soemu Toyoda Chief of the General Staff of the Imperial Japanese Army
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.
One of the Japanese generals in WW2 was named Tadamichi Kuribayashi who was in command of Iwo Jima .
The Emperor Hirohito was the Commander in Chief. The Emperor's Minister of War was General Tojo.
Hideki Tojo .
2.12 Million Japanese Military were reported to be killed during World War 2.
The US general during World War 2 was Dwight D. Eisenhower.
An allied power during that war.
General Esinhower was general juring World War 2. However was in the army during World War 1 as a Staff Sargent. General Esinhower was general juring World War 2. However was in the army during World War 1 as a Staff Sargent.
America held the Japanese in camp during WW2
Emperor Showa was head of the Japanese military during the Second World War.
Dwight D. Eisenhower was the U.S. general during World War II.
a general during world war 2
As labor to support the Japanese war machine.
The Japenese were on the Japanese side in WW2
Germany never bombed any Japanese cities during World War 2. They were allied to each other during that war.
How many Japanese internment camps were there during World War II?
No, they did not