Eerie Images Of Emperor Hirohito's Bunker Emerge

by
Amna Shoaib
Japan reveals the place where Emperor Hirohito hid during WWII, and from where he made his famous speech declaring unconditional arrest.

As Japan released the master recording of the speech that marked its surrender in the WWII, fascinating images, hitherto-unrevealed, have also surfaced.

The images show the bunker where Emperor Hirohito of Japan hid during the World War II, and from where he made the surrender speech that ended the horrific war.

Bunker Of Japanese Emperor

The photos show the room where the surrender was agreed upon ...

Bunker Of Japanese Emperor

... as well as the room where the actual speech was made.

Bunker Of Japanese Emperor

This speech was met with tears in the country, where Japanese people knelt in reverence to the speaker.

Bunker Of Japanese Emperor

Bunker Of Japanese Emperor

Aug. 15 marks the 70th anniversary since the Allies' victory over Japan and the end of WWII. 

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