All aspects including lead-in to hostilities and results.
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Hideki Tojo was Prime Minister of Japan from October 1941-July 1944. After that country's surrender he was arrested and put on trial for war crimes. While incarcerated he kept a diary which explained his point of view on events that took place before and during the second world war. Originally published in the Journal of Historical Review in 1992 - https://codoh.com/library/document/2363/
There are 2 sides to every story - always listen or read both points of view and make up your own mind. Don't let others do your thinking for you.
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