And don't forget the Japanese planned
to kill thousands of Americans prisoners if an attack ensued. I think I wrote this a few years ago.
Interesting. My uncle also ended up with the army of occupation. He was a put in charge of the Geisha Houses. He always winked when he said it was the toughest duty he'd ever done. We have several of those fans, as well as a sake set.
True, and that turned out to be a good thing as Hirohito was instrumental in convincing the Japanese citizens to accept drastic changes. The Japanese did agree to the terms of the Potsdam Declaration, which include the phrase "unconditional surrender."
Despite the devastating losses suffered by the Japanese defending the South Pacific islands including Tarawa, Saipan, Iwo Jima, Peleliu, and finally Okinawa, and the devastating firebombing of the home islands, the Japanese refused to enter into surrender talks. Reports back to the White House...
No, it is your OPINION that she is an enemy to the Constitution; millions have the opposite opinion. I would love to see her do the right thing and resign, which she won't.
And let us not forget that before his treachery (as always, inspired by a woman), Arnold was the Continental Army's most...
I hear you. Everyone always loves to talk about their successes (see above), but we have also suffered losses--that how the game works. The best advice I've ever gotten is to contribute fully to your retirement, and then look at your statements no more than once a quarter.
My dad always taught me to invest in what you know. I know nothing about how to run an airline or a hotel. When dad died, we were surprised at how many stocks he bought 60 or more years ago and never sold.. He did OK. About a dozen years ago, I bought a fair number of shares of ADBE in the...
Make your investments as best you can based upon your circumstances, then ignore the daily fluctuations. Oh yeah, the market was up 900 today; I think I'll have a drink. Oops, it's down 900 today, I think I'll have a drink.