Who was the Japanese gerneral in WW II?
A sampling of some of the generals & admirals: Imperial Japanese Army, General Homma (nick-named, the "Tiger of Manila"), conquered the Philippines (with portions of the US Army with it). Japanese GEN Hyakutake, Battle of Guadalcanal. Japanese GEN Ushijima, Battle of Okinawa. Japanese GEN Kuribayashi, Battle of Iwo Jima. Japanese Admirals: Tanaka (The Razer); Tsukahara; Kusaka; and Yamamoto.
One of the most positive outcomes of the WW II were the elimination of radical regimes from Europe. Post WW II most of the nations in Europe progressed, sans the eastern European countries which fell under Soviet Influence and could not benefit from the economic revival. Demise of imperialism was also another positive outcome of WW II. However, the immediate onset of cold war after WW II hurt the gains of WW II.
It was feared that Japanese Americans would be more loyal to Japan, which was at war with the US during WW II, than they were to the US in which they lived. This was very unfair to the Japanese who had done nothing to demonstrate disloyalty to America, and the wartime internment of the Japanese remains a shameful blot on American history.