JAPAN: Not Yet Enough

One hundred million countrymen: The enemy now stands at our front gate. It is indeed the gravest moment in the history of our nation. . . . We must either win . . . or we shall all die. . . . The time is here for the . . . people of Japan to man their posts . . . and make secure the divine country of his Imperial Majesty, the Emperor.

Thus the twangy voice of Japan's Singing Frog, Premier General Kuniaki Koiso, croaked through the nightmare of bombs, flames, death and flight that engulfed his country. He did...

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