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To thank you for contributing to the enhancement of our astrological database, we shall be glad to send you the astrological portrait (34 pages) of this celebrity.In the summer of 1940, Tojo became Minister of War in the government and he saw that Japan’s future lay with the European dictators, especially Adolf Hitler () who were much admired in Japan.While the European dictators were admired and respected in Japan, the opposite was true for America.He pushed for alliance with Germany (where he had served in 1920-1922) and Italy, and he supported the formation of a broad political front of national unity. Although Tôjô supported last-minute diplomatic efforts, he gave final approval to the attacks on the United States, Great Britain, and the Dutch East Indies in December 1941.Japan’s early victories greatly strengthened his personal prestige and his assertion that there were times when statesmen had to “have faith in Victory.” When the war intensified, Japan’s losses mounted, and its fragile industrial foundations threatened to collapse.