Samurai: Historical Inaccuracy

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intentions were to grab the characters of the key figures from that time period. So, going off of what the director says about the movie just proves the historical inaccuracy of the movie. Ever since the days of the Samurai there has been this sense of honor and virtue that you correlate with the Japanese people. No matter what they do it constantly sticks with them. Professor Bolitho says, “It’s an idealized image that’s been pushed onto the entire Japanese people. It’s built into the education system and the armed forces, so that everyone who goes to war sees himself in some sense as a Samurai. It’s a tremendous public relations job. Samurai images are brought out again and again, even to people whose grandparents where pushed around by
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