Dissertation Writers: he U.S. goal in Japan was to stop the militarization of of the national forces and bring tranquility to the Japanese economy.
How the allies, lead by the United States of course, went on to achieve victory and defeat evil. Evil being Hitler of course and the U.S. being the saviour of the world. It’s how I learned it, my parents learned it, and even my grandparents came to a believe this even if they were alive at those moments. What I mean by that last statement is the curious fact that my grandfather in the 50’s had a different perspective on World War 2 which led him to leave the country and move to Mexico. But at the end of his life he share the same story we had, which leaves me to believe that the repetition of a lie or a partial truth can overcome your own truth. Speaking about perspectives, World War 2 is said to have started in September 1939 when Germany invades Poland. But other possible dates that mark the start of the war could be Japan invaded manchuria in 1931 or in 1937 when japan invaded China and didn’t stop fighting until 1945. It seems that even the inception of a war is up to perspective. Japan after WW2 would have a tough road ahead. At the time Korea and Taiwan were colonies that helped to Japan alive and well but were disarmed and independent of Japan after U.S. intervention in Japanese affairs. This was all after the Potsdam declaration were the Allies asked Japan for unconditional surrender which eventually came to be in August of 1945. The U.S. goal in Japan was to stop the militarization of of the national forces and bring tranquility to the Japanese economy. After many years Japan would be required to help the U.S. and the UN in the Korean war in a way to almost prove their worth and loyalty. Looking a few years after in this post war era, Japan started to westernize and have American films and music in their society. Japanese media also became international with Mangas, martial arts, and animes. To a person who was not arrived and is not informed deeply on this subject, I can attest to complete ignorance on this subject of retribution. What I mean by that is no one feels that Japan owes the United States or any other country anything. This statement may sound ridiculous but its not that far fetch considering how Germans still feel ashamed about what their ancestors did 70 years ago. They still carry the weights of the past while Japan flies like a feather. This is not a criticism but merely an observation.