Did Japan surrender unconditionally? : an explanation of the success that Japan achieved at the end of the Second World War /
The book describes the severe consequences of going after an?unconditional surrender? during WWII. Instead of intimidating the enemies, it infuriated them, and created an insurgent effect and ill-will that made picking up the pieces after the war all the more difficult. Whether or not Japan actually...
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Lewsiton, N.Y. :
Edwin Mellen Press,