world war ii

  • When Germany surrendered in World War II, Japan also wanted to surrender. Why did it persist for three months?

    At that time, the Japanese high-level felt that they still had cards in their hands and had bargaining capital. They did not want to surrender unconditionally The United States does not accept the terms offered by Japan, which is embarrassing for Japan. However, Japan’s top leaders are not willing to surrender unconditionally. So Japan prepared its chips and decided to force the United States to accept its conditional truce. The first chip at the top of Japan is 70 million Japanese and 30 million Korean. We are prepared to die…

    February 2, 2023 Q&A