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Hirohito

1901-1989

 

In 1926 the unassuming grandson of Emperor Meiji, succeeded to the throne. He adopted Showa or "enlightened peace" as the official philosophy for his reign, but when General Baron Tanaka Giichi became prime minister in 1927, he declared the resumption of an aggressive policy toward China which ended in 1945 when he made an unparalleled radio broadcast announcing Japan's unconditional surrender to the Allies. Under Allied occupation, Hirohito retained the throne, but the new constitution of 1946 made him “symbol of the state and of the unity of the people,”. His reign was the longest and one of the most turbulent in Japan's history.

 

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Obituary: Tenno Showa - Hirohito
Obituary: Tenno Showa - Hirohito. Time, Jan. 16, 1989, page 30 Japan: The Longest
Reign. With Hirohito's death, an economic giant begins a new era. ...

What Does the Film "Pride -the fateful moment" Describe?
... On the War Responsibility of Showa Tenno (Emperor
Hirohito). The Tokyo Tribunal deliberately didn ...

Japan Information Access Project
... Orix, Misawa Home report first-half earnings results 11/10 - 1928, Showa Tenno Hirohito,
the 124th Japanese monarch along an imperial line dating back to 660 BC ...

1926@Everything2.com
... the Kuomintang government after the death of Sun Yat Sen the year prior. Emperor
Showa Tenno Hirohito comes to power in Japan after the death of his father; in ...

The Arizona Daily Wildcat
... In 1928, Showa Tenno Hirohito, the 124th Japanese monarch along an imperial line
dating back to 660 BC, is enthroned as Emperor of Japan, two years after his ...

Rudolf Carnap: La Costruzione Logica del Mondo, 1928
... Emperor Showa Tenno Hirohito comes to power in Japan after the death of his father;
in ensuing years Japan's military branches will grow in size and influence. ...

San Antonio 2000: San Antonio Express-News Millennium Site
... Kuomintang government after the death of Sun Yat Sen the year prior. Emperor Showa
Tenno Hirohito comes to power in Japan after the death of his tfather; in ...

Savannah Morning News - 150 years - Key events of the ...
... Kuomintang government after the death of Sun Yat Sen the year prior. * Emperor Showa
Tenno Hirohito comes to power in Japan after the death of his father; in ...

Time Line 1926
... Emperor Showa Tenno Hirohito comes to power in Japan after the death of his father;
in ensuing years Japan's military branches will grow in size and influence. ...

Le site (non-)officiel de Génies en Herbe http://www. ...
... Yoshihito [Taisho-tenno], 1912-1926. Hirohito [Showa-tenno], 1926-1989.
Akihito [Heisei-tenno], 1989-.... Premiers ministres ...

AsiaSource: Asia Biography - a resource of the Asia Society
... to 585 BCE. Having acceded to the "sun throne" in 1926, Hirohito (the Showa emperor,
or Showa Tenno) has had the longest reign of any Japanese emperor whose ...

Recent Rulers of Japan
... 1989. Hirohito (Showa-tenno), Dec. 25, 1926, Jan.
7, 1989, 1901, 1989. Akihito, Jan. 7, 1989, 1933,

WWII Japanese Internment 2
... 1941. 1942. 1943. 1944. 1945. Showa Tenno (Emperor) Hirohito (1901 -
1989) 124th Emperor of Japan "Imperial Son of Heaven of Great Japan". ...

Twisted History, One Day at a Time - 29 April 2000
... 1901 - Tenno Showa - Hirohito, Japanese politician - Born in the royal palace,
graduated from the Crown Prince's School in 1921 and toured Europe for six ...

Political Leaders: Japan
... Emperors (Tenno) Hirohito Michi-no-miya (Showa-tenno) 25 Dec 1926- 7 Jan 1989 (+)
Akihito Tsugu-no-miya 7 Jan 1989- (*) ( Akihito's posthumous name will be ...

SFU Libraries
... Mark Nearby AUTHORS are: Entries Showa Tenno 1901 -- see --Hirohito Emperor Of
Japan 1901 1 Showalter 1 Showalter Craig V 1 Showalter Dennis E 3 Showalter ...

Decontextualization of Hirohito:
... what would happen to him. Yet, in Showa tenno no dokuhaku (1990), we can see his ... a
liaison between the GHQ and Hirohito after the war, it is conceivable ...

Erzogen zum Rassenwahn - DER SPIEGEL - SPIEGEL ONLINE
... Von 1937 an ließ Hirohito einen "heiligen Krieg" gegen China führen ... Weltkrieg. Doch
die Rolle des Showa-Tenno in dem blutigen Geschichtsdrama ist immer ...

The American Experience | MacArthur | People & Events | ...
... war. The man known as Tenno to his subjects and Hirohito ... Taisho Emperor; with his
death, Hirohito's reign took the name Showa). Because his father had been ...

Kokutai-Ideologie
... Artikels verstarb der japanische Kaiser Hirohito. Am 7. Jänner 1989 endete die
Devise >Showa<, die die Thronzeit des verstorbenen Tenno ausdrückte und als ...

Adjuna auf Saipan
... christlicher Zeitrechnung, wurde dem Kaiser Hirohito - wahrscheinlich viel zu spät,
weil ... Jahr später begann für den Showa-Tenno ein 111 Tage dauerndes ...

Culture Corner - The Era System
... era is selected. The era of Emperor Hirohito was called Showa (ironically, the wa ... his
era name - and so we have Showa Tenno or Emperor Showa. The era of ...

Historian: In the Service of the Emperor: Essays on the ...
... and, for his chapter on Hirohito, delves into the Showa Emperor's strange, but fascinating,
exculpatory monologue, Showa Tenno Dokuhakuroku, which was prepared ...

Countries JK
... 25 Nov 1921 - 25 Dec 1926 Prince Hirohito (regent) (b. 1901 - d. 1989) 25 Dec 1926
- 7 Jan 1989 Hirohito (Showa-tenno) (sa) 7 Jan 1989 - Akihito (b. 1933) ...

thority with an era of Showa, then Showa 1 was only seven days. ...
www5.hokkaido-np.co.jp/nature/digest/1/1E.HTML - 2k - Cached - Similar pages

WIEM: Hirohito
... Hirohito (1901-1989), 124 cesarz Japonii. Era jego panowania znana jest jako
Showa, tj. o?wiecony pokój. Od 1921 by? regentem. Na tron cesarski ...

Francis Britto CCG1999 osatom18
... Taisho (Yoshihito), and Showa (Hirohito). People know about Emperor ... It is true that
Showa is well known and ... other two emperors. Tenno (Japanese Emperor) system ...

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