Forgetting Pearl Harbor

Impoco, J.
October 1991
U.S. News & World Report;10/28/91, Vol. 111 Issue 18, p80
Discusses how the Japanese recall war at Pearl Harbor from the victims' viewpoint. Hidekatsu Tojo, the 53-year-old grandson of Hideki Tojo, Japan's prime minister during most of World War II, made his debut last summer with a song dedicated to the glory of Japanese soldiers killed during the war. How Japan recalls its militarist past nearly 50 years after the attack on Pearl Harbor; Hiroshima cancels out Pearl Harbor for most Japanese; The cult of victimization.


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