Emperor Showa was head of the Japanese military during the Second World War.
No. Benito Mussolini (1883-1945), the Fascist head of Italy during World War II, was not Japanese.
He was the head of military operations against the Japanese in the Pacific.
During World War II most Japanese soldiers ate a diet of rice and vegetables. In some place, they were required to eat whatever was available because the supply lines had been cut off.
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.
The head of the Japanese military during World War II, Hideki Tojo, died in 1948. He was executed for war crimes on December 23 of that year.
The War changed the Americans attitude toward the Japanese because they found out after World War 2 the Japanese Americans were innocent of helping the Japanese bomb Pearl Harbor.
japanese and australia
World war 2
In World War 2
head of the religious section of the Japanese Army, issued a Declaration to Christians in the Philippines
In World War I, the Japanese joined the Allies for a time, and fought the German army in east Asia.
The emperor was the head of the government in postwar Japan. This was had assurance of the Japanese people and the US had to comply and helped create Japan's Constitution.
Males were considered head of the households. Children respected all elders within society. All Japanese citizens were to support and respect their country.
they were in war with the japanese/germans/italians
The Mongol invasion,many civil wars,Hideyoshi's invasion of Korea,Sino-Japanese war,Russo-Japanese war,World War I and World War II.
After World War II.
As labor to support the Japanese war machine.
Russo Japanese war swords.what are kyu-gunto swords worth?
An allied power during that war.
Japan was in the Russo-Japanese War, the Boxer Rebellion, two Sino-Japanese Wars, World War 1, and World War 2. In all cases the goal was imperial expansion.