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|Title:||War responsibility - delving into the past / The Yomiuri Shimbun|
|Source:||yomiuri.co.jp (Aug. 2006)|
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|Contents:||Yomiuri sums up who's to blame for 'Showa War'. -- Disregard for life led to huge damage, tragedy at home, abroad. -- Media helped fan support for war. -- Rise of reckless officers, the bureaucratized military. -- Japan failed to accurately grasp global trends. -- Responsibility of U.S., Soviet Union. -- Keeping distance from Tokyo Trial. -- Lower-ranked officers also to blame. -- More than 3.1 million Japanese died in Showa War. -- Emperor Showa stayed within framework for constitutional head of state. -- Some leaders made peace efforts. -- Sugiyama, Nagano, others made major misjudgments. -- Main blame lies with Tojo. -- Togo mistakenly seeks Soviet Union's help to resolve situation. -- Suicide air, sea attacks gradually become systemized part of warfare. -- Anami, Umezu press ahead with war. -- Tojo, Koiso ignore defeats. -- Tojo erases 'seeds for avoiding war'. -- Matsuoka, Oshima misled diplomacy. -- Konoe, Hirota sat on their hands. -- Who should bear the most blame for the Showa War?. -- Whys, whats of war need answers. -- Trial left questions unanswered. -- Were A-bombings avoidable?. -- War fought on 'armchair plan'. -- 3 mistakes led to war with U.S.. -- Manchuria start of slide into war|
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World War 2, 1939-1945
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