Japan on the eve of WWII

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Okada Keisuke (L) and his secretary, Matsuo, who also married his younger sister, pose for a photo in 1934. Following the resignation of Makoto Saito, navy admiral Keisuke was appointed the new prime minister, as those who advocated for stability wished to check the army with the navy's influence, so as to prevent a full war. [Photo/Sina]

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