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Embracing Defeat is the humanities and history book which tells about the Japanese people as the nation after the WWII. John W. Dower is the author of this historical book. The author discusses the immediate aftermath after World War II in Japan. The Americans are still in their land after six years of the atomic blast and the Japanese nation is ready to take the serious decision. The Americans have decided to leave the country and let them to enjoy independence. After being completely on their own, there are a number of challenges in front of them. But one thing for sure, they are not going in the war in any nation no matter what happened.
They will remain out of this and work on their nation to build it economically. The country is facing a number of problems to start over but they are ready to do it in all ways. They build the economy of their country, work on the latest innovation, spend money on education instead of buying weapons and most importantly they got the moral values. The Japanese nation worked so hard and long, this is the reason why they are in the list of world most growing economic state. They got the lesson after World War II, there is no way to make your lifestyle when you are in the war. The only way to get success as a nation is to invest in your nation. You can also Download White Rose, Black Forest by Eoin Dempsey PDF.
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- Name: Embracing Defeat
- Authors: John W. Dower
- Publish Date: March 1, 1999
- Language: English
- Genre: History, Social Sciences
- Format: PDF/ePub
- Pages: 676
- Price: Free
- ISBN: 0393046681
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