In an interview with the AP news agency, Japan’s wartime leader Hirohito said he wanted to end the war and that he wanted Japanese people to return to the frontlines of the war.
“I’m not saying that I want to do it now.
But I’m sure it would be easier if I could,” Hirohita said.
He also said he planned to use the war as an opportunity to create a national culture.
Hirohitoshi also said that he had spoken to the commander of the U.S. military in Japan, General Robert Schraeder, and the commander in the U, Gen. George Marshall, and that they agreed that the war was not over and that the U.-Japan alliance was vital to the future of the alliance.
Marshall, who served in Japan during the war, said that if Hirohite wanted to continue to lead the war effort, he should do so.
“The Japanese have been fighting this war for two years,” Marshall said.
“They’ve had a very hard time getting rid of this enemy, and they’re going to have to work together to defeat this enemy.”
Hirohits Japanese allies have been holding meetings since the war to discuss the future, with the aim of ending the war by the end of 2020, and he plans to meet with Gen. Marshall and Gen. Schraeter later this month.
Marshall said the alliance will not make any decision on whether it will leave the alliance before 2020, but he said that the alliance remains committed to the continuation of the current situation.
“There’s no way we can give up the war without a deal.
And it’s not just because of the size of the group, it’s because of our values, our values are the values that I have.
And we will continue to defend them,” Marshall told reporters in Tokyo.
“We don’t need any other country to come and make us surrender.”
A U.N. report last month said that by the mid-2020s, Japan would have more than 1.3 million casualties from the war in Asia and a higher death toll than during the Nazi occupation of Europe.
It said that Japanese military forces killed more than 4,000,000 people and wounded more than 7.7 million.