Philadelphia : Lippincott, 1952.
LibraryThing member RiverRock
This is an eye opening story of the aftermath of WW2 in Japan. Understanding how the US dealt with the reigning monarch and the young princes brings home the reality of war and the repercussions. This is an excellent book to follow up a study of WW2 for any student.
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