During World War II prevailed upon the Japanese army both medieval traditions and modern insights. They still followed the Bushida code, which learned the virtue of the man-rain-hand combat but in the machine age. Surrender to the enemy could not possibly. In accordance with their code, the Japanese defended the island of Iwo Jimo to extremes to prevent the conquest of the Japanese mainland by the Americans.
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