Essay on The World War II Of Great Britain

1556 Words Dec 28th, 2016 7 Pages
There were a lot of important people who played diffrent roles during the World War 2. These individuals have included Adolf Hitler of Nazi Germany and Winston Churchill of Great Britain. But in the Pacific Theater of World War II, Hideki Tojo of Japan played a very important role in World War II as well. Tojo was important in World War II because he authorized many crucial events in the war, like the bombing of Pearl Harbor and the Battle of Midway.
Wartime leader of Japan’s government, General Tôjô Hideki (1884-1948), with his close-cropped hair, mustache, and round spectacles, became for Allied propagandists one of the most commonly caricatured members of Japan’s military dictatorship throughout the Pacific war. In presenting the army’s perspective while army minister, he was surprisingly indecisive as national leader. ~`
Who was he?
Tojo Hideki, soldier and a prime minister of Japan (1941–44) during most of the Pacific theatre part of World War II and who was tried and executed for war crimes.
He graduated from the Imperial Military Academy and the Military Staff College, Tōjō served briefly as military attaché in Japan’s embassy in Berlin after World War I. He was an esteemed administrator and a good field commander and became noted as a stern disciplinarian. In 1928 he was made commander of the lst Infantry Regiment, which members participated in a mutiny of the Tokyo garrison in February 1936 that he helped suppress. In 1937 he was named chief of staff of…

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