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The ominous signs of war were brewing in the Empire of Japan, while America and its military were not heeding the warnings...Pye announced that, "the Japanese will not go to war, with the United States, as we are too big, too powerful, and too strong.
Jonathan Greenert, the chief of naval operations, walks with Adm. Wu Shengli, commander in chief of the People's Liberation Army Navy, following a briefing for future Rim of the Pacific exercises at 3rd Fleet Headquarters in San Diego...Jonathan
As many remember, the Japanese had refused to surrender toward the end of World War II in the Pacific Theater. U.S. commanders agreed that an invasion of Japan would be necessary; an operation that would ensure the deaths of millions of Americans and
The key was lost and the safe remained locked for 22 years after the 1989 death of its owner, former Lt...Teiichi Suzuki of the Imperial Japanese Army, who had been the last surviving Class-A war criminal of World War II. Suzuki, who died at the age
Yasuki Shrine Priests Nobumasa Murata and Yoshinori Mitsui bow in honor of the many lives lost during the Guam World War II Peace Memorial Service at the Nimitz Hill War in the Pacific National Historical Park Asan Bay Overlook on June 30...Blas/
The year started with Martin Luther King Jr. shot dead, and ended with three American astronauts flying around the moon and returning to Earth...Kennedy, running for president, was shot dead, and Chicago police violence at the Democratic Party
Active duty, retired service members and civilians observed the heroism of World War II veterans at the 71st Anniversary Battle of Midway commemoration aboard the USS Midway Museum, June 1. The Battle of Midway took place June 4-7, 1942, where U.S.
There are dangers for the United States and Japan in underestimating or confronting China. The Abe government's interest in changing the postwar Japanese Constitution threatens relations not only with China but also with the U.S. Despite the
The program demonstrates weapons and strategies that were vital in the struggle for dominance in the Pacific theater in World War II...The mock battle represents one such battle—the deadly struggle for island of Tarawa. There are three shows
The article in the Christchurch Press regarding Japanese war crimes and, more specifically, the photograph of Japanese troops parading on horseback in Manchuria, reminded me of a recent discussion I had with a respected 84-year-old Japanese physician.