Unlike other vanquished countries after World War II, Japan has never officially apologized for its actions during the war. This has caused much consternation among the former Japanese occupied countries of Asia, including China, Korea, and the Philippines.

One result of the atomic bombings is that when mentioning victimhood during World War II, many Japanese look toward themselves, rather than the people of foreign countries oppressed by the Japanese army.

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