The myth of unconditional surrender

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November 14, 2012
Zero Gov
by Bill Buppert  
Posted in Commentary

"The notion of unconditional surrender for either Germany or Japan is a popular notion and it in fact extended the length of the conflict. Like all of its historical antecedents, it stiffens the spine of resistance and more so in cultures attuned to a warrior ethos. Peace entreaties from the Japanese government emerged as early as January 1945 and they were apparently ignored." (11/13/12)  

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