Interview with a Japanese soldier.

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Hello everyone, I am going to get the chance to interview a Japanese soldier who served in World War Two. They were at Manchuria and Nanking (I do not know whether they were involved in the massacre) and for some time also was a guard at Unit 731. So what I wanted to know was there any questions you would like me to ask him?
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How important was serving the Emperor to them? What did they think about the Imperial Army's treatment of civilians? Did he fight the Soviets, and what did the Japanese think of them?
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How important was serving the Emperor to them? What did they think about the Imperial Army's treatment of civilians? Did he fight the Soviets, and what did the Japanese think of them?
All good questions. I will ask these thank you.
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(Original post by wonderandmystery)
Hello everyone, I am going to get the chance to interview a Japanese soldier who served in World War Two. They were at Manchuria and Nanking (I do not know whether they were involved in the massacre) and for some time also was a guard at Unit 731. So what I wanted to know was there any questions you would like me to ask him?
Did people and soldiers back then hate the Chinese? In essence what I want to get at is were the killings of Chinese people ordered or was it something they were also glad to do?

What were their eventual goals for the Chinese? Was it to make them a puppet state, or to take control of part of China or what?
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When did you realise that the war was lost? What kept you going after you realised.

Obviously his answer is going to be dependant on realising it was lost before the atomic bombs and the soviets rolling into Manchuria.
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