What were the wartime Japanese thinking?

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History Today
Vol. 64, no. 11 (November 2014), p. 48-54

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According to western stereotype, the Japanese at the time of the Second World War were passive and obedient automatons. Yet the realities of daily life in imperial Japan were complex and politically charged, argues Christopher Harding