Hello, I just discovered this forum today in my attempt to learn more about Japanese culture and history, I have plenty experience of seeing things from American perspective of the war, but I never really talked to any Japanese about how do they think. Once I did some research online, it seems there is a bit controversy in this. I'm not here to judge people or make flame baits, I just want to know from the most modern Japanese people today, especially the younger generation born well after the war, how do they see WW2? Do they think that the war was the fault of Japanese militarism aggression? And they were wrong to invade other Asian nations? Or do they think it was a war of self defense in the liberation of Asia? And since they lost that's why they have to endure the suffering imposed onto by the victor? Please don't tell me how do you think, tell me how do you think what most Japanese people's thinking on this. Again, I'm not going to judge or seek to change people's opinion, just curious how they see things.