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wa in martial arts and society (2104 words)
It is the impact of wa upon the students that leads them to embrace this ethic and to apply to the martial arts community.
Wa is a mental state of a warrior not to be disrupted.
Often, it is thought that this reference to Japan as the country of wa came from a society forced into mutual accommodation by nature of it large population being crowded into a limited land space.
Military history of Japan: Information from Answers.com (3024 words)
In April 1941, Japan and Russia signed a neutrality pact and Japan increased pressure on the French and Dutch colonies in Southeast Asia to cooperate in economic matters.
Japan surrendered on August 15 1945 and a formal Instrument of Surrender was signed on 1945-09-02, on the battleship USS Missouri in Tokyo Bay.
Japan was also forbidden to have a standing army or wage war by Article nine of its Constitution.
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