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How China Started the Second Sino-Japanese War: Why Should Japan Apologize to China? Part 2 – The Marco Polo Bridge Incident and the Battles of Shanghai and Nanking

By Moteki Hiromichi,

1 Part 2 - The Marco Polo Bridge Incident and the Battles of Shanghai and Nanking The Battle of Shanghai: The true starting point of the war The Marco Polo Bridge Incident is usually considered to be the start of the Second Sino-Japanes…
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How China Started the Second Sino-Japanese War: Why Should Japan Apologize to China? Part 1 – The Manchurian Incident

By Moteki Hiromichi,

Part 1 - The Manchurian Incident Chronology 1911 October 10 - Xinhai Revolution 1922 February 6 - Nine-Powers Treaty (Washington Naval Conference) 1931 September 18 - Manchurian Incident 1932 March 1 - Manchukuo is founded …
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How China Started the Second Sino-Japanese War: Why Should Japan Apologize to China?

By Moteki Hiromichi,

How China Started the Second Sino-Japanese War: Why Should Japan Apologize to China? By Moteki Hiromichi, Acting Chairman; Society for the Dissemination of Historical Fact Introduction In the so-called "apology issue," which conce…
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The Greater East Asian War: How Japan Changed The World Chapter 10 – What The Japanese People Accomplished

By Kase Hideaki,

1 Chapter 10 - What The Japanese People Accomplished Japan's role in human history September 2015 marked the seventieth anniversary since the Instrument of Surrender was signed in Tokyo Bay aboard the American battleship USS Missouri. M…
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The Greater East Asian War: How Japan Changed The World Chapter 9 – A Nation with a Fabricated History

By Kase Hideaki,

1 Chapter 9 - A Nation with a Fabricated History SCAP's battle for history In September 1945, the US Army occupied Japan. During the occupation, the United States implemented the War Guilt Information Program, a plan to thoroughly indoc…
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The Greater East Asian War: How Japan Changed The World Chapter 8 – The United States and the Atomic Bombings of Japan

By Kase Hideaki,

Chapter 8 - The United States and the Atomic Bombings of Japan The unnecessary atomic bombings An atomic bomb was dropped on Hiroshima on August 6, and three days later another was dropped on Nagasaki. In his memoirs, Freedom Betra…
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The Greater East Asian War: How Japan Changed The World Chapter 7 – Why Do We Praise The Kamikaze?

By Kase Hideaki,

1 Chapter 7 - Why Do We Praise The Kamikaze? Soviet suicide planes and German Sondercommando In 2002, I wrote the book Kamikaze: Japan's Suicide Gods in English and had it published through Longman, the United Kingdom's largest publishin…
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The Greater East Asian War: How Japan Changed The World Chapter 6 – The Japanese Army’s “Spirit-First Policy”

By Kase Hideaki,

1 Chapter 6 - The Japanese Army's "Spirit-First Policy" "Repositioning" and "honorable deaths" In August 1942, US Marines landed on the islands of Guadalcanal and neighboring Tulagi with a force of 19,000 soldiers. The Battle of Guadal…
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The Greater East Asian War: How Japan Changed The World Chapter 5 – Freedom From Racial Discrimination

By Kase Hideaki,

1 Chapter 5 - Freedom From Racial Discrimination Emperor Hirohito's thoughts on racial discrimination In the United States, Japanese people were the object of contempt and subjected to atrocious discrimination. In 1924, the United State…
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The Greater East Asian War: How Japan Changed The World Chapter 4 – The Noble Spirit Which Inspired the People of Asia

By Kase Hideaki,

1 Chapter 4 - The Noble Spirit Which Inspired the People of Asia The Battle of Imphal's critical role in Indian independence After Japan lost the war, Great Britain branded the forces of the Indian National Army, who fought at the Battle…
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