Details of the Allied insult to the Japanese at the signing ceremony of the Missouri surrender

2020-08-02 03:35:08 0 Comment 1777 views
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The Japanese surrender ceremony held on the battleship "Missouri" was indeed a lot of plots that humiliated Japanese fascists! Among them, Chong Guang

Details of the Allied insult to the Japanese at the signing ceremony of the Missouri surrender

The Japanese surrender ceremony held on the battleship "Missouri" did indeed have a lot of plots to humiliate Japanese fascists! The two representatives of Japan’s surrender ceremony in the picture are: Japanese Foreign Minister Shigemitsu Aoi, who represents the Japanese government, and Chief of Staff Umezu Mijiro, who represents the Japanese base camp. Shigemitsu Aoi was bombed with a leg by North Korean righteous Yon Bongji in Shanghai, and installed it. It's a prosthesis! They arrived on the Missouri after boarding the steamboat from Tokyo Bay"At the signing site, due to the high and steep gangway of the battleship, Shige Guangkui's prosthetic limbs and stumps made every contact with him when he boarded the ship, making him sore and groaning... Then why didn't the Japanese surrender ceremony be held on land?

This is because, apart from Admiral Nimitz’s fight for "the navy paid a great price to win the Pacific War", it should be awarded the honor of being a surrendered signing venue! Another reason Yes: In 1853, General Matthew Perry opened the door to Japan thanks to the U.S. Navy. Ninety-two years later, it was the U.S. Navy that defeated the Japanese "Imperial Navy" and made Japan once again surrender! So, it was still on the warship. Hold the surrender ceremony!

Details of the Allied insult to the Japanese at the signing ceremony of the Missouri surrender

At the Japanese surrender signing ceremony, the "Missouri" bridge was placed under the bridge An old American flag is the 31-star American flag in the picture. This flag has a history. It is the American flag on the command ship of the "Black Ship Fleet" led by General Matthew Perry. It's 31 states...This flag was borrowed by General Halsey from the Museum of the U.S. Naval Academy to prove that the U.S. Navy has once again opened the door to Japan.

Details of the Allied insult to the Japanese at the signing ceremony of the Missouri surrender

The officers and soldiers of the Missouri at the signing ceremony wore clean summer uniforms. Not in dress, and they stood casually on the bridge and the main turret, with a relaxed look! It was not like a solemn surrender ceremony site, but went on a field outing... This was also deliberately arranged by General MacArthur, just to show Japan : The United States can easily defeat Japan! Japan launched the "Pearl Harbor Incident" nastyly, and such sneaky opponents are not worthy of respect.

Details of the Allied insult to the Japanese at the signing ceremony of the Missouri surrender

The text files of the two sides at the signing ceremony are also different. The text of the Allied victorious country uses cowhide bronzing. Japan’s surrender text is a rough canvas, which shows that the status of the victorious country is different from that of the defeated country! The defeated country has no right to be critical, and what awaits them is more severe punishment.

Details of the Allied insult to the Japanese at the signing ceremony of the Missouri surrender

When General MacArthur signed on behalf of the Allied Command, behind him stood two scrawny soldiers. One was at Major General Jonathan Wainwright. The American general who persisted to the end during the "Battle" and the British Lieutenant General Arthur Parcival. He persisted to the last minute surrender during the "Battle of Singapore". Both of them were later sent to the Japanese army. "Shenyang's prisoner of war camp" has been tortured for three years, and it is almost ashamed...General MacArthur invited them to attend and sign together, which means that although they were captured, they were still the victors in the end! General MacArthur used five "Parker Gold Pens" when signing. When he wrote about Doug, he turned and handed the pen to Major General Wainwright, and when he wrote about Las, he handed the pen to Lieutenant General Parcival...showing that they also enjoyed the victory. The status of the person.

In short, during the Japanese surrender ceremony on the MissouriSome of the details are the contempt of the victorious country against the defeated country! It is also a manifestation of justice over evil! After the signing ceremony, General MacArthur ordered the Japanese representative to give coffee and cigarettes. In American culture, only friends can enjoy coffee and cigarettes... This also shows that Japan is no longer an enemy of the United States.

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