June 1942

The Japanese Army

Volume 26, Issue 2

PART ONE

Tailor-Made For the Far East

THE buildings in Tokyo from which the Japanese Imperial General Staff does a fair job of directing far-flung military activities are old and have a down-at-the-heel appearance. In a sense, these structural eyesores set the motif for the Japanese Army. It is an army which looks like hell-but which performs acceptably. At least it has performed acceptably so far.

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