Japanese Army

Japanese Army can refer to:

  • the Imperial Japanese Army, 1869–1947
  • the Japan Ground Self-Defense Force, 1947–present

Other articles related to "japanese army, army, japanese":

Liu Yuzhang - Second Sino-Japanese War
... already experienced fighting with Imperial Japanese Army in 1933, during the Defense of the Great Wall, in which he suffered a minor wound ... to the brigade commander and also the garrison commander of Changsha and fought against the Japanese Army in the First Battle of Changsha ... he led the 2nd Division to Vietnam to accept the surrender of Japanese Army there ...
Mr. Moto Is So Sorry - Plot Overview
... The case is actually a coded message meant for the Russian Army ... He thinks the Japanese want to stop the message but doesn’t understand why Mr ... He leaves the train in Peking but is immediately picked up by Major Ahara of the Japanese Army who wants to stop the cigarette case from getting to the Russians ...
The Good, The Bad, The Weird - Plot
... Bad (Lee Byung-hun) - a bandit and hitman - is hired to acquire a treasure map from a Japanese official traveling by train ... This involves the slaughter of the Japanese and Manchurian guards, and various civilians ... for the map occurs, with bounties placed on heads and the Imperial Japanese Army racing to reclaim its map as it can apparently "save the Japanese Empire" ...
Himeyuri Students
... teachers formed into a nursing unit for the Imperial Japanese Army during the Battle of Okinawa in 1945 ... Shihan Women's School were mobilized by the Japanese army on March 23, 1945 ... Many of the Himeyuri students thought that the Japanese army would defeat the Americans in a matter of days, and accordingly brought various school supplies to study and get ready to get ...

Famous quotes containing the words army and/or japanese:

    It is necessary to turn political crisis into armed crisis by performing violent actions that will force those in power to transform the military situation into a political situation. That will alienate the masses, who, from then on, will revolt against the army and the police and blame them for this state of things.
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    I am a lantern—
    My head a moon
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