Originally Posted by mingming
The London and Washington Naval Conferences, in which Japan was allowed less tonnage of warships compared to America and Britain. And also the Japanese exclusion act of the US. Japanese felt they weren't being respected on the world stage.
Hi mingming. Had to think this over for a little while before responding. So what you are saying is that because of the matter of national pride on their part and racial prejudice of the US, the army thought the politicians had failed to protect the country's honor entirely?