Japan Commemorates 74 Years Since End Of Wwii

Japan commemorates 74 years since end of WWII

August 15 is the day people in Japan commemorate the end of the World War Two and pray for peace. In Tokyo, thousands of people have gathered at a government-sponsored ceremony to remember those who perished in the war.

More than 6,000 relatives and others attended the annual event on Thursday to mourn about 3.1 million Japanese who died in the war.

Japan Marks 74 Years Since End Of Wwii

Japan marks 74 years since end of WWII

People in Japan are observing a solemn anniversary on Thursday. August 15 is the day Japan marks the end of World War Two and prays for peace.

A government-sponsored ceremony will be held in Tokyo to remember about 3.1 million Japanese who died in the war.

Memorial Held For Wwii Battle Of Okinawa Victims

Memorial held for WWII Battle of Okinawa victims

Japan's southern prefecture of Okinawa has held a ceremony to commemorate the 74th anniversary of the end of a fierce ground battle during the final stages of World War Two.

About 5,100 people took part in the event at the Peace Memorial Park in the city of Itoman on Sunday. They held a minute-long silent prayer at noon.

Okinawa Marks 74 Years Since Wwii Battle

Okinawa marks 74 years since WWII battle

Japan's southern prefecture of Okinawa is commemorating the 74th anniversary of the end of a fierce ground battle during the final stages of World War Two.

Bereaved families and others have been gathering since early Sunday morning at the Peace Memorial Park in the city of Itoman to pay their respects.

Memorial In Tokyo For Wwii Student Soldiers

Memorial in Tokyo for WWII student soldiers

Dozens of people have attended a memorial ceremony in Tokyo for university students who were conscripted 75 years ago to fight in World War Two.

On October 21st, 1943, there was a send-off ceremony for the student soldiers at a site in Tokyo where a new National Stadium is now being built.

No Ministers Visit Yasukuni On Wwii Anniversary

No ministers visit Yasukuni on WWII anniversary

No minister from Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's cabinet visited Yasukuni Shrine on August 15th, the day Japan marks the end of World War Two, for the second straight year.

The shrine honors Japan's war dead. Those remembered include leaders convicted of war crimes after World War Two.

Russia Urges Japan To Recognize Wwii Result

Russia urges Japan to recognize WWII result

A senior Russian government official has stressed that the islands claimed by Japan have become Russian territory as a result of World War Two.

Russian presidential aide Yuri Ushakov said on Wednesday that President Vladimir Putin and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe are expected to discuss the issue of signing a bilateral peace treaty at their summit in Moscow on Saturday.

The Darkest Shore Is The Thrilling New Zombies Chapter In Call Of Duty: Wwii

The Darkest Shore is the Thrilling New Zombies Chapter in Call Of Duty: WWII

After his losses in Bavaria, Doktor Straub has shifted his focus to a secluded island off the coast of northern Germany. He's working there to finalize his plans for an undead assault on the Allied Forces, one that will change the course of history.

The Darkest Shore follows our intrepid heroes into the next chapter of their dangerous and horrifying Nazi Zombies journey. Only days after the disaster in Mittelburg, the crew arrives at an island blanketed in fog and rich in occult history. A tactically important naval base for the Axis, the island is surrounded by air and sea power – and of course crawling with the undead.

Engine Parts Of Wwii Karyu Jet Fighter Found In Tokyo University

Engine parts of WWII Karyu jet fighter found in Tokyo university

Engine parts for a secret Imperial Japanese Army jet aircraft under development in the closing days of World War II have been found at a Tokyo university by a student and a high school teacher.

The parts were discovered collecting dust on the campus of International Christian University (ICU) in Mitaka, western Tokyo, by Hideaki Furukawa in June 2015, who is now a 21-year-old fourth-year liberal art student of the university.

Introducing The Limited Edition Call Of Duty: Wwii Ps4 Bundle

Introducing the Limited Edition Call of Duty: WWII PS4 Bundle

Today I'm happy to introduce the Limited Edition Call of Duty: WWII PlayStation 4 Bundle. This special bundle features a green camo PS4 system equipped with a 1TB hard drive – which if you take a closer look you might spot patterns of something you're all familiar with… The bundle also includes a matching green DualShock 4 wireless controller, and a physical standard edition copy of Call of Duty: WWII. And don't forget, PS4 users get early access to Call of Duty: WWII DLC Map Packs, which will launch on PS4 30 days ahead of other platforms (sold separately).

 

Sony: Announcing Call Of Duty: Wwii

Announcing Call of Duty: WWII

Today Activision and Sledgehammer Games provided the first glimpse of the title that's taking Call of Duty back to its roots – Call of Duty: WWII. We're talking boots-on-the-ground gameplay delivering a visceral and immersive gameplay experience unlike anything we've seen before.

In addition to watching the worldwide reveal stream today, we also met with Sledgehammer Games Co-Founders and Studio Heads, Michael Condrey and Glen Schofield for added insights on what's to come in the new game. They explained to us that Call of Duty: WWII is a very personal journey for the team, as they have been hard at work on this project for the last two and a half years. "This is based on one of the most monumental moments in human history, and we get to honor and respect that global sacrifice, to honor the men and women who fought for freedom on all fronts, on a global scale," said Condrey.

Memorial Service Held On Iwo Jima For Wwii War Dead

Memorial service held on Iwo Jima for WWII war deadThe Tokyo Metropolitan Government on Oct. 15 held a memorial service at the island of Iwoto, or Iwo Jima, in Ogasawara, on the 70th anniversary of fighting where over 20,000 Japanese soldiers died in fierce battles with the United States military toward the end of World War II.