Post WW II and Japan

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Date: February 10, 2005
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The wildest rumors circulated about the expected rape and looting, and many women left town and retreated to the country (Morton 204). Many Japanese people still felt bitter about the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, which they tried to exploit the immorality of it by writing books, bashing the U...
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President Truman and the Americans. However, the U.S. government during the occupation period censored it. Surprisingly, the American occupation wasn't such an unpleasant experience the Japanese anticipated it to be. The occupation proved to be an important, constructive phase of Japanese history, a veritable rebirth, comparable only to the Meiji Restoration (Reischauer 222)...
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