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  2. but many months after their surrender, hirohito, kido, and foreign minister togo shigenori placed all blame on the military and claimed that they had been forced to reject the potsdam terms because...

  3. Feb 17, 2011 · When questioned by the local police, he admitted he knew the war had been over for 20 years. He had simply been too frightened to give himself up. Lieutenant Onoda, by contrast, doggedly refused to...

  4. Aug 06, 2016 · Garon attributes Japan’s delayed surrender to military intransigence and diplomatic incompetence, a dithering that subjected Japan to needless devastation. Finally, it was the Soviet entry into the...

  5. Feb 09, 2010 · Ten days later, the Allies issued the Potsdam Declaration, demanding the “unconditional surrender of all the Japanese armed forces.” Failure to comply would mean “the inevitable and complete...

  6. As historian Tsuyoshi Hasegawa puts it, “The Soviet entry into the war played a much greater role than the atomic bombs in inducing Japan to surrender because it dashed any hope that Japan could terminate the war through Moscow's mediation.” That’s the key point: the Japanese weren’t fighting to win.

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