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The Day Japan Surrendered, Ending WWII | NBC News


As Tom Brokaw marks his 50th year with NBC News, he continues his chronicle of America's "Greatest Generation" with a remarkable look at the day World War Two ended - with Japan's surrender aboard the USS Missouri in Tokyo Bay on September 2, 1945 - 71 years ago. » Subscribe to NBC News: 🤍 » Watch more NBC video: 🤍 NBC News is a leading source of global news and information. Here you will find clips from NBC Nightly News, Meet The Press, and our original series Debunker, Flashback, Nerdwatch, and Show Me. Subscribe to our channel for news stories, technology, politics, health, entertainment, science, business, and exclusive NBC investigations. Connect with NBC News Online! Visit NBCNews.Com: 🤍 Find NBC News on Facebook: 🤍 Follow NBC News on Twitter: 🤍 Follow NBC News on Google+: 🤍 Follow NBC News on Instagram: 🤍 Follow NBC News on Pinterest: 🤍 The Day Japan Surrendered, Ending WWII | NBC News

Why Japan Surrendered


A look at the strategic reasons Japan Finally surrendered in 1945. Additional viewing, if you're inclined: Richard Frank - Downfall: The End of the Imperial Japanese Empire 🤍 Final Victory In The Pacific (WW2HRT_34-01) (Authors D.M. Giangreco and David Dean Barrett) 🤍 Clips Used: Operation Downfall (Every Day, 1945-1955) - SoulChester 🤍 Thanks Lemming for the Amongus You think the thumbnail is good? I like the idea, but I couldn't get it how I had it in my head. Ah well, it works.

Nagasaki Bomb And Surrender - Hiroshima - BBC


Discover key moments from history and stories about fascinating people on the Official BBC Documentary channel: 🤍 The Japanese security council were at loggerheads following the bombing of Nagasaki. Many were determined to show strength in the face of adversity and go on the offensive but the threat of another Atom bomb possibly falling on Tokyo was too much to bear. Eventually their hand was forced and the Emperor Hirohito made the decision to surrender. Taken From Hiroshima This is a channel from BBC Studios who help fund new BBC programmes. Service information and feedback: 🤍

Footage of the Moment the Japanese Surrendered


The 1945 Japanese surrender ceremony of WWII signaled a monumental end to a brutal conflict. And war correspondent William Courtenay was there to film it all. From: FALL OF JAPAN: IN COLOR 🤍

Why the Japanese ARMY Still Didn’t Want to Surrender After Being Nuked Twice


Japan surrendered in August 1945, but the reason they did it is probably not the one you learned in school. Contrary to what we were led to believe, Japan did not surrender because two of its cities were nuked. So why did it surrender? In this video, we dive into the real reason. Buy us a KoFi to help support the channel & team! 🎭 •🤍 Check out some of the music we use in our videos!🎶 •🤍 Join other history buffs on our Discord!📚 •🤍 🎬Video Credits: Narrator - Cam Editors - Kshitiz, Shantanu koli Writer - Isabella Researcher - Daniel Intro music - 🤍 #TheFront #History For business inquiries and to learn about our team check out our website🌐: •🤍 Chapters 0:00 Introduction 0:55 Background 2:37 The Bombs 4:27 The Surrender 5:49 The Coup 9:37 Outro

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The Japanese Surrender aboard the USS Missouri in 1945 in color! [HD restored & AI colorized]


On 2 September 1945 Japan signs the surrender papers on board of the USS Missouri in the presence of General McArthur. The surrender of Imperial Japan was announced by Japanese Emperor Hirohito on August 15 and formally signed on September 2, 1945, bringing the hostilities of World War II to a close. The Japanese Instrument of Surrender was the written agreement that formalized the surrender of the Empire of Japan, marking the end of hostilities in World War II. It was signed by representatives from the Empire of Japan, the USA, the Republic of China, the United Kingdom, the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, the Commonwealth of Australia, the Dominion of Canada, the Provisional Government of the French Republic, the Kingdom of the Netherlands, and the Dominion of New Zealand. The signing ceremony took place on the deck of USS Missouri in Tokyo Bay on September 2, 1945. General MacArthur lead the ceremony. General MacArthur's staff headed by Col. LeGrande A. Diller were tasked to prepare the draft of the Instrument of Surrender. The ceremony aboard the deck of the Missouri lasted 23 minutes and was broadcast throughout the world. The instrument was first signed by the Japanese foreign minister Mamoru Shigemitsu "By Command and on behalf of the Emperor of Japan and the Japanese Government". General Yoshijirō Umezu, Chief of the Army General Staff, then signed the document "By Command and on behalf of the Japanese Imperial General Headquarters" [Ref: Wikipedia] The original film has been motion-stabilized, enhanced and artifically colorized using DeOldify software. This enhanced film is submitted for historic purposes, no copyright infringement intended.

Japanese Surrender in HD Color 1945


The surrender of the Empire of Japan on September 2, 1945, brought the hostilities of World War II to a close. By the end of July 1945, the Imperial Japanese Navy was incapable of conducting major operations and an Allied invasion of Japan was imminent. While publicly stating their intent to fight on to the bitter end, Japan's leaders, (the Supreme Council for the Direction of the War, also known as the "Big Six"), were privately making entreaties to the neutral Soviet Union to mediate peace on terms more favorable to the Japanese. Meanwhile, the Soviets were preparing to attack Japanese forces in Manchuria and Korea in fulfillment of promises they had secretly made to the United States and the United Kingdom at the Tehran and Yalta Conferences. On August 6, 1945, the United States dropped an atomic bomb on the Japanese city of Hiroshima. Late in the evening of August 8, 1945, in accordance with the Yalta agreements, but in violation of the Soviet–Japanese Neutrality Pact, the Soviet Union declared war on Japan, and soon after midnight on August 9, 1945, the Soviet Union invaded the Imperial Japanese puppet state of Manchukuo. Later that same day, the United States dropped a second atomic bomb, this time on the Japanese city of Nagasaki. The combined shock of these events caused Emperor Hirohito to intervene and order the Supreme Council for the Direction of the War to accept the terms the Allies had set down in the Potsdam Declaration for ending the war. After several more days of behind-the-scenes negotiations and a failed coup d'état, Emperor Hirohito gave a recorded radio address across the Empire on August 15. In the radio address, called the Gyokuon-hōsō ("Jewel Voice Broadcast"), he announced the surrender of Japan to the Allies. On August 28, the occupation of Japan by the Supreme Commander for the Allied Powers began. The surrender ceremony was held on September 2, aboard the United States Navy battleship USS Missouri (BB-63), at which officials from the Japanese government signed the Japanese Instrument of Surrender, thereby ending the hostilities. Allied civilians and military personnel alike celebrated V-J Day, the end of the war; however, some isolated soldiers and personnel from Imperial Japan's far-flung forces throughout Asia and the Pacific islands refused to surrender for months and years afterwards, some even refusing into the 1970s. The role of the atomic bombings in Japan's surrender, and the ethics of the two attacks, is still debated. The state of war between Japan and the Allies formally ended when the Treaty of San Francisco came into force on April 28, 1952. Four more years passed before Japan and the Soviet Union signed the Soviet–Japanese Joint Declaration of 1956, which formally brought an end to their state of war.

Japanese Sign Final Surrender in 1945


National Archives video shows the final Japanese surrender in 1945.

What If Japan Hadn't Surrendered in World War 2?


We could be living in an entirely different world, one run under Japanese rule, if one single event in history never happened that is. Check out today's new video that looks at what would have happened if Japan never surrendered in World War 2. 🔔 SUBSCRIBE TO THE INFOGRAPHICS SHOW ► 🤍 🔖 MY SOCIAL PAGES TikTok ► 🤍 Discord ► 🤍 Facebook ► 🤍 Twitter ► 🤍 💭 SUGGEST A TOPIC 🤍 📝 SOURCES:🤍 All videos are based on publicly available information unless otherwise noted.

Occupying Japan 1945 - The First Uncertain Days of Peace


The occupation of Japan in August 1945 was not simple or easy. US forces moved quickly to occupy Tokyo and important military and naval facilities after Emperor Hirohito capitulated, but the forces were tiny compared to the huge challenges that they faced. Help support my channel: 🤍 🤍 Disclaimer: All opinions and comments expressed in the 'Comments' section do not reflect the opinions of Mark Felton Productions. All opinions and comments should contribute to the dialogue. Mark Felton Productions does not condone written attacks, insults, racism, sexism, extremism, violence or otherwise questionable comments or material in the 'Comments' section, and reserves the right to delete any comment violating this rule or to block any poster from the channel.

The Kyūjō Incident (1945) - The Last 24 Hours of World War II - Full Documentary


Visit our new Website here: 🤍 Visit our new Website here: 🤍 How did World War II end? Adam explains the last 24 hours of the World War II from the Japanese perspective. Most people know of Germany's surrender in 1945, but what about Japan? On the anniversary of Emperor Hirohito's speech announcing Japan's surrender, Adam dissects the 24 hours leading up to what would is truly Japan's longest day. Adam goes hour by hour into the little-known Kyūjō incident, which occurred from August 14 - 15, 1945, and led to some of the tensest and most important moments in human history. Timeline: 0:00 - Intro 5:17 - August 14, 1945 1200pm 6:06 - 100pm 7:10 - 200pm 9:32 - 300pm 10:02 - 400pm 11:03 - 500pm 12:08 - 600pm 13:32 - 700pm 14:26 - 800pm 15:34 - 900pm 17:23 - 1000pm 18:55 - 1100pm 21:39 - August 15, 1945 1200am 23:33 - 100am 27:02 - 200am 28:06 - 300am 34:20 - 400am 38:13 - 500am 41:45 - 600am 43:43 - 700am 45:02 - 800am 45:41 - 900am 46:13 - 1000am 46:26 - 1100am 48:09 - 1200pm Bibliography Butow, Robert J. C. (1954). Japan's Decision to Surrender. Stanford University Press. Frank, Richard B. Downfall: The End of the Imperial Japanese Empire. New York: Penguin. (1999): ISBN 978-0-14-100146-3. Maddox, Robert James. Hiroshima in History: The Myths of Revisionism. Columbia: University of Missouri Press, 2007. The Pacific War Research Society. Japan's Longest Day (English language ed.). Palo Alto, California: Kodansha International. (1965). Toland, John (1970). The Rising Sun: The Decline and Fall of the Japanese Empire 1936–1945. New York: Random House. Keywords: japan surrenders to the united states, japan surrenders after atomic bomb, japan surrenders 1945, japan surrenders documentary, japan surrenders august 15 1945, japan surrender atomic bomb, japanese surrender announcement, japan after surrender in ww2 #wwii #military #history #documentary #historydocumentary #war #worldwar #pacific #pacificwar #japan #japansurrenders #emperor #hirohito #surrenderbroadcast #showa #japanesehistory #imperialrescript #imperialjapan #privyseal #emperorhirohito #hirohitospeech #speech #militaryhistory _ Like AN Productions on Facebook here: ► 🤍 Join the ANP Fan Group on Facebook here: ► 🤍 Follow ANP on Instagram: ► 🤍adamnproductions Follow ANP on Twitter here: ► 🤍AdamNProduction

Truman Warns Japanese


(1 Jun 1945) Story 13, TRUMAN WARNS JAPS, 200 UN 18 R 405: NO 1, 1945, b/w, sound You can license this story through AP Archive: 🤍 Find out more about AP Archive: 🤍

Why did Japan surrender?


Ending a global war is complicated. While the US pushed Japan to the brink of surrender, it may have been the USSR entry that forced them to accept Allied terms #shorts #militaryhistory #history #wwii #ww2

Surrender of Japanese troops


At 0900 hours on 21st September 1945, 104 Japanese soldiers surrendered to the 2/1st Australian Infantry Battalion. They arrived at the top of Mount Shiburangu in batches of ten and were subjected to a thorough search by 'Don' Company officers who handed them over to 6th Australian Division Provosts. The Japanese were escorted down the Big Road to where trucks would take them to Wewak Point for shipment to Muschu Island. Included in the Japanese were Major General Araki of the General Staff, 18th Japanese Army.

Japanese General Chooses Seppuku Over Surrender


On Okinawa during WWII, Japanese troops are running out of soldiers, ammunition, and land to defend. But their commander, General Ushijima is determined to continue the fight - and willing to die doing it. From the Series: Pacific War in Color: No Surrender 🤍

Third Atomic Bomb Attack - Japan 1945


If Japan did not surrender on 15 August 1945, a third atomic bombing was planned. In this programme we examine how Japan's surrender was a complicated and difficult process involving a military coup and how America was reluctantly faced with potentially using the third bomb - but which city was to be targeted? And would it have ended the war? Dr. Mark Felton is a well-known British historian, the author of 22 non-fiction books, including bestsellers 'Zero Night' and 'Castle of the Eagles', both currently being developed into movies in Hollywood. In addition to writing, Mark also appears regularly in television documentaries around the world, including on The History Channel, Netflix, National Geographic, Quest, American Heroes Channel and RMC Decouverte. His books have formed the background to several TV and radio documentaries. More information about Mark can be found at: 🤍 Visit my audio book channel 'War Stories with Mark Felton': 🤍 Help support my channel: 🤍 🤍 Disclaimer: All opinions and comments expressed in the 'Comments' section do not reflect the opinions of Mark Felton Productions. All opinions and comments should contribute to the dialogue. Mark Felton Productions does not condone written attacks, insults, racism, sexism, extremism, violence or otherwise questionable comments or material in the 'Comments' section, and reserves the right to delete any comment violating this rule or to block any poster from the channel.

Manila And Rangoon - Japanese Surrender (1945)


Full title reads: "Manila and Rangoon - JAPANESE SURRENDER". Manila and Rangoon. Japanese envoys for surrender signing in Manila leaving plane. Lieutenant General Takashiro Kawabe saluting an American officer. Major General Willoughby with General Kawabe. Several shots of the room filled with military staff getting ready for signing f the surrender papers. Close up shot of General Kawabe seated at the surrender table. Japanese pilots passing the camera. Close up shot of General Numata. Close up shot of Rear Admiral Chudo. Good shot of Government House in Rangoon. Closer view of entrance to Government House, Rangoon. Japanese envoys entering a room. They are seated at surrender table opposite to the table with delegates for Allied forces. Major General Browning, Deputy Supreme Commander to Lord Mountbatten, Head of the official British delegation addresses the gathering. General Numata signs the surrender. Major General Browning signs the surrender. (Comb. Print) FILM ID:1163.11 A VIDEO FROM BRITISH PATHÉ. EXPLORE OUR ONLINE CHANNEL, BRITISH PATHÉ TV. IT'S FULL OF GREAT DOCUMENTARIES, FASCINATING INTERVIEWS, AND CLASSIC MOVIES. 🤍 FOR LICENSING ENQUIRIES VISIT 🤍 British Pathé also represents the Reuters historical collection, which includes more than 136,000 items from the news agencies Gaumont Graphic (1910-1932), Empire News Bulletin (1926-1930), British Paramount (1931-1957), and Gaumont British (1934-1959), as well as Visnews content from 1957 to the end of 1984. All footage can be viewed on the British Pathé website. 🤍

Captain Oba surrendered to the American Forces


A scene from the film "Oba: The Last Samurai 2011" Captain Ōba marches down from the mountain with his remaining survivors singing a song of departure to fallen comrades (Hohei no Honryō 歩兵の本領 ) and presents his sword to the American commander in a formal and dignified manner, the last organized resistance of Japanese forces of the Second World War.

Did Nuclear Weapons Cause Japan to Surrender?


Ward Wilson, senior fellow at the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies at the Monterey Institute of International Studies, explains that the Soviet declaration of war and not the Hiroshima nuclear bombing caused Japan to surrender at the end of World War II. An audience member then posits that the Soviets declared war because of Hiroshima. January 16, 2013. For video, audio, and transcript, go to: 🤍

The Truth About Why America Dropped Atomic Bombs on Japan


The atomic bomb proved to be the most devastating weapon used in any war, past or present, but was the United States justified in dropping two nuclear warheads on Japan for their unconditional surrender? Check out today's insane new video and maybe your opinion will change on whether or not the US should have nuked Hiroshima and Nagasaki. 🔔 SUBSCRIBE TO THE INFOGRAPHICS SHOW ► 🤍 🔖 MY SOCIAL PAGES TikTok ► 🤍 Discord ► 🤍 Facebook ► 🤍 Twitter ► 🤍 💭 Find more interesting stuff on: 🤍 📝 SOURCES:🤍 All videos are based on publicly available information unless otherwise noted.

Why did Japan SURRENDER in World War II?


Why did Japan surrender in World War 2? If you want to find out all the details about the real reason for the Japanese surrender, don't miss this video! On August 15, 1945, the Empire of Japan submitted its surrender, after the United States dropped two nuclear bombs on the cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, leaving 80,000 dead, mostly civilians. But the truth is that the defeat of the Empire of the Rising Sun began much earlier, when the Americans assassinated Vice Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto. Meet our new MILITARY CHANNEL! 👉 🤍 #JAPAN #SURRENDER #WWII

When did Japan surrender to China?


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Japanese Sign Final Surrender (1945)


National Archives and Records Administration - ARC 39079, LI 208-UN-171B - JAPANESE SIGN FINAL SURRENDER - DVD Copied by Thomas Gideon. Series: Motion Picture Films from "United News" Newsreels, compiled 1942 - 1945. Shows the signing of the Japanese surrender documents aboard the battleship Missouri in the Bay of Tokyo on Sept. 2, 1945. Includes shots of the destroyer Buchanan and airplanes flying overhead. Personages: Foreign Minister Mamoru Shigemitsu and Gene Yoshijiro Umezo of Japan; Gen. MacArthur; Gen. Wainwright; Brit. Gen. Arthur E. Percival; Adms. Halsey and Nimitz; Chinese Gen. Hsu Yung-Ch'ang; Brit. Adm. Bruce A. Fraser; Russian Gen. Kuzma Derevyanko; Australian Gen. Thomas Blamey; Canadian Col. L. Moore Cosgrave; French Gen. Jacques LeClerc; Adm. C.E.L. Helfrich of the Netherlands; Air Marshall Leonard M. Isitt of New Zealand.

Why The Americans Attacked Surrendering Soldiers #shorts #history #ww2 #pacific #america #japan


Why The Americans Attacked Surrendering Soldiers #shorts #history #ww2 #pacific #america #japan

Emperor 2012 - General Douglas MacArthur Arrives in Japan WW2


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Us Celebrates Japanese Surrender (1945)


United States of America (USA). Title reads "Nation Celebrates". VJ-Day celebrations in the USA. Crowds outside White House. American President Truman reads announcement of Japan's unconditional surrender - natural sound. Reporters rushing out after conference to inform the world. Crowds dancing in streets of Washington, Chicago, San Francisco, Seattle, New York. Chinese firecrackers exploding in San Francisco. Elevated shot of jam packed crowds in New York's Time Square, some night shots. FILM ID:2086.05 A VIDEO FROM BRITISH PATHÉ. EXPLORE OUR ONLINE CHANNEL, BRITISH PATHÉ TV. IT'S FULL OF GREAT DOCUMENTARIES, FASCINATING INTERVIEWS, AND CLASSIC MOVIES. 🤍 FOR LICENSING ENQUIRIES VISIT 🤍 British Pathé also represents the Reuters historical collection, which includes more than 136,000 items from the news agencies Gaumont Graphic (1910-1932), Empire News Bulletin (1926-1930), British Paramount (1931-1957), and Gaumont British (1934-1959), as well as Visnews content from 1957 to the end of 1984. All footage can be viewed on the British Pathé website. 🤍

Japanese Soldiers Surrender to the U.S. Navy (1945) | British Pathé


This silent footage from 1945 shows Japanese soldiers surrendering to the U.S. Navy after the allied victory of World War II. For Archive Licensing Enquiries Visit: 🤍 Explore Our Online Channel For FULL Documentaries, Fascinating Interviews & Classic Movies: 🤍 #BritishPathé #History #WWII #Axis #Allies #Japan #U.S. #Navy Subscribe to the British Pathé YT Channel: 🤍 (FILM ID:2184.17) Unissued / unused material - exact locations unclear or unknown. Various shots of Japanese soldiers on remote island in Pacific surrendering to US Navy warship. The Japanese soldiers swim towards the warship and are helped on board by American sailors. Various shots Japanese soldiers and civilians on beach and cliffs of island, American soldiers address them through loud speakers and the Japanese surrender to them. Various shots GIs shooting guns. Various shots of Japanese soldier with badly injured face surrendering with hands in air. Various C/Us Japanese soldiers - some look like boys, others appear quite old. Various shots Japanese prisoners of war in camp under guard of Americans. Note: this item matches old shot lists for UN 1424 A - may once have had this can number? BRITISH PATHÉ'S STORY Before television, people came to movie theatres to watch the news. British Pathé was at the forefront of cinematic journalism, blending information with entertainment to popular effect. Over the course of a century, it documented everything from major armed conflicts and seismic political crises to the curious hobbies and eccentric lives of ordinary people. If it happened, British Pathé filmed it. Now considered to be the finest newsreel archive in the world, British Pathé is a treasure trove of 85,000 films unrivalled in their historical and cultural significance. British Pathé also represents the Reuters historical collection, which includes more than 136,000 items from the news agencies Gaumont Graphic (1910-1932), Empire News Bulletin (1926-1930), British Paramount (1931-1957), and Gaumont British (1934-1959), as well as Visnews content from 1957 to the end of 1984. All footage can be viewed on the British Pathé website. 🤍

The Last Japanese Holdout on Iwo Jima Didn't Surrender Until 1949


Despite the US Marines declaring the island of Iwo Jima secure, many Japanese troops remain hidden in caves, tunnels and bunkers across the island. Many will need to be flushed out by force. The last Japanese holdouts will finally surrender 4 years later, in 1949. Bibliography Alexander, Joseph H. Closing in: Marines in the Seizure of Iwo Jima. Glasgow, UK: Good Press, 2019. Bradley, James, and Ron Powers. Flags of Our Fathers. New York, NY: Bantam Books, 2016. Kakehashi, Kumiko. So Sad to Fall in Battle: An Account of War. New York, NY: Ballantine Books, 2007. King, Dan, and Linda Ryan. A Tomb Called Iwo Jima: Firsthand Accounts from Japanese Survivors. Rockwall, TX: Dan King, 2020. Leckie, Robert, and Ted Burwell. The Battle for Iwo Jima. New York, NY: Random House, 1967.

Did Japan Try To Surrender Before the Atomic Bombs Were Dropped?


There's a lot that happened in a short window both inside Japan and with their external communications. From considering surrender options through the Soviet Union to the Potsdam Declaration and the atomic bombs to the Soviet declaration of war. These are few dates to help better understand the timeline. #shorts#ww2#wwii#militaryhistory#ussr#japan#usa#history#ushistory#atomicbombs#surrender#ww2history#warinthepacific#potsdamdeclaration#potsdam#hiroshima#nagasaki

How Do the Japanese Teach About WWII?


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President Truman reads the Japanese Surrender 1945


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Japanese surrender scene from Oba: The last Samurai


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Why Japan Keeps Apologizing for World War II


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Anniversary of Japan's surrender: China reveals true nature of war-criminal-honoring Yasukuni Shrine


Phoenix TV: Today marks the 77th anniversary of Japan’s defeat in World War II. August 15 also marks a special day in China-Japan relations. Also today, Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida sent a ritual offering to the Yasukuni Shrine. Certain member of Japan’s Cabinet also visited this place the other day. Do you have any comment on this? Wang Wenbin: The Yasukuni Shrine, where World War II Class-A war criminals are honored, is a spiritual tool and symbol of the wars of aggression launched by Japanese militarists. The negative move of Japanese political leaders on the issue of the Yasukuni Shrine once again shows the Japanese side’s erroneous attitude toward historical issues. The Chinese side has lodged solemn démarches to the Japanese side. Today marks the 77th anniversary of Japan’s defeat and unconditional surrender. Seventy-seven years ago, the Chinese people, together with the people of the world, defeated the Japanese militarist aggressors and fascism. It was a decisive battle between justice and evil, between light and darkness, and between progress and reaction. This great victory will forever be remembered in the history of the Chinese nation and the pursuit of justice for all humanity. Facing up to and deeply reflecting on history is an essential prerequisite for Japan to restore and develop normal relations with its Asian neighbors after World War II. For quite some time, some Japanese politicians have kept using various means to distort and glorify its history of aggression and openly acted against important legal instruments including the Cairo Declaration of 1943, which clearly stipulates that Taiwan shall be restored to China. This constitutes serious defiance to the outcome of the World Anti-fascist War and the post-war international order. This is unacceptable to anyone who loves peace and stands for justice. Those who try to turn back the wheel of history are bound to find themselves on the wrong path again. Only by sticking to the path of peaceful development can Japan find the right direction. We urge the Japanese side to draw lessons from history, make a clean break with militarism and avoid further losing the trust of its Asian neighbors and the international community. Powered by Shanghai Media Group, ShanghaiEye focuses on producing top-quality content for Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Youtube. Nobody knows Shanghai better than us. Please subscribe to us ☻☻☻ For more stories, please click ■ What's up today in Shanghai, the most updated news of the city 🤍 ■ Amazing Shanghai, exploring the unknown corners of the city, learning the people, food and stories behind them 🤍 ■ What Chinese people's lives are like during the post COVID-19 period 🤍 ■ Views of foreign scholars on China and its affairs 🤍 ■ Foreign faces in Shanghai, people living in this city sharing their true feelings 🤍 ■ Mini-docs showing why China is the country it is today 🤍 ☎Leave us messages if you have any suggestions or questions! Thank you!

US military takes control of Japanese Military bases after the surrender of Japan...HD Stock Footage


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The Coup to Prevent Japan's Surrender - The Kyūjō Incident


The Kyūjō Incident is not often mentioned when talking about the final days of World War 2. Radical soldiers tried to stop Japan from surrendering. In this video I will go over the coup that tried to stop the surrender of Japan during World War 2. Video Footage: 🤍 British Pathe: 🤍 🤍 Subscribe for more history videos!

Why was Japan Allowed to Keep its Emperor After World War 2? (Short Animated Documentary)


Emperor Hirohito of Japan was a rare case of an axis leaders who didn't get Nuremburged or Tokyo'd and managed to keep his position (and life). But why? Why was Hirohito not punished and Japan allowed to keep its emperor? 🤍 Patreon: 🤍 Merch: 🤍 A special thanks to all of these Patrons below, without whom the show wouldn't be possible: Southside Mitch Franco La Bruna Richard Wolfe David archaeologist Björnosaurus Can’t Think Of A Name Mr Sandman אורי פרקש Kevin Sanders sharpie660 Pete Schulz James Nile anon SirAlpaka Mickey Landen Porkmeister Kevin Phoenix Ian Jensen jdk D. Mahlik Paul Franche Chase Labiste Ainar Garipov Connor Glaze Jeremy Alexander Washofsky John Bisges Chris Fatta Adam Stalter Wolf Dexter_McAaron Dragan Qi Xiao Andreas Mosand John Garcia Mantodea Rod D. Martin Scott O'Donnell IandB IandB Paul McGee Ryan Haber Nathan Perlman Riley davidson Andrew Niedbala Jack Mcbeth William Hilton Heytun Scott P Jane Sumpter Bernardo Santos Warren G Strand Jr Mik Scheper Andrew Patane Jack River SkyEye Darnell Barbour Käs Justin Pearson Syagrius Beans Chris Dolan Christopher Godfrey Yick Chung Erik Martin Danny Anstess Tristan Kreller bas mensink Zachary Oertel Warren Rudkin Robert Woodward Chris Hall Perry Gagne Magdalena Reinberg-Leibel Shaun Pullin Henry Rabung Ramsey Elbasheer Joshua A Bishop Tim Lane Vance Christiaanse Joooooshhhhhh Clay Carroll Joker 54 Gregory Priebe Alen Noremac_Cameron Mark Ploegstra Sytze de Witte I'm Not In The Description JAY ALAN EDELMAN Blake Dryad Vilelmus_veliki William Wold Craig Cunningham Liam Gilleece Ellen Teapot FF Nelly Alteredcorgi I keep changing my name to annoy him Jack Nelson Kinfe85 Jeffrey Schneider Luke Robinson David Chaid Chrisaztec Kevin Stolz Spencer Smith James Bisonette Fan #1 Matthew O'Connor Haydn Noble Colm Byrne Sethars Thomas Wang Colm Boyle TooMuchWaterYouDie Björn Wittmann Josh Cornelius James Harley Raptopoulos Alex Adorno Piotr Wojnowski Dakota Brunell Matthew Shipley HelloAgainThere Phillip Gathright Richard Manklow Liam Mahon Arthur Hosey Jr. Gabriel Lunde Serius_Loyola Peter O'Connor Colin Steele Dennis the Cat SmythProductions Donald Weaver mohd João Santos Christine Purvis Vilena5 Konstantin Bredyuk Pierre Le Mouel Alan Romero Peter Konieczny Steve Bonds Richard Hartzell Seth Reeves Bumble Jones Satya Moturi Brian McKinley Matthew Hogan Imperial Pony

Japan marks 74th anniversary of Japan's surrender in WWII


August 15 marks the 74th anniversary of Japan's surrender in World War Two and the victory of the World Anti-fascist War in Asia. Japanese Emperor Naruhito and Prime Minister Shinzo Abe attended a memorial service ceremony on Thursday morning. Subscribe to us on YouTube: 🤍 Download our APP on Apple Store (iOS): 🤍 Download our APP on Google Play (Android): 🤍 Follow us on: Website: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Pinterest: 🤍 Tumblr: 🤍 Weibo: 🤍 Tiktok: 🤍 Douyin: 🤍

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