Curse on this country : the rebellious army of imperial Japan /
Imperial Japanese soldiers were notorious for blindly following orders, and their enemies in the Pacific War derided them as 'cattle to the slaughter.' But, in fact, the Imperial Japanese Army had a long history as one of the most disobedient armies in the world. Officers repeatedly staged...
Cornell University Press,
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