|3 And started trying to kill as many Yanks as possible,
4 No matter how much it cost.
5 aFor example, they told bNip pilots to drive their planes straight into aircraft carriers,
6 Which they called a kamikaze attack,
7 Meaning divine wind,
8 Which proved how great and superior Nip civilization was,
9 For some reason.
10 And at each new island the Yank marines invaded,
11 Including Iwo Jima,
13 And Okinawa,
14 The Nips managed to kill more and more Yanks,
15 cLong after they had no more chance of turning back the invasion,
16 dWhile back home, they got everybody ready to fight to the last man, woman, and child against the coming Yank invasion of Japan,
17 eUntil something strange happened,
18 fSomething awful,
19 gAnd evil,
20 hAnd definitely not civilized.
CHAPTER 241 iWhat happened was, the Yanks built a new kind of bomb,
2 jAn awful bomb,
3 kAn uncivilized bomb,
4 lA kind of bomb that could destroy an entire city in an instant,
5 mA kind of bomb the Nips didn't have.
6 nThen, the unspeakable Yank barbarians actually dropped their new bomb on the Nip city of oHiroshima, destroying it utterly,
||7 pAnd demanded that the Nips surrender,
9 Which couldn't be done,
10 For some reason.
11 And so the Yanks dropped another one on the Nip city of qNagasaki, destroying it utterly,
12 And demanded that the Nips surrender,
14 Which they did.
CHAPTER 251 Losing the war was a bitter disappointment to the Nips,
2 rNot to mention how they felt about losing the Greater Japanese Co-Prosperity Sphere,
3 But when you're the only completely civilized nation on earth,
4 You know how to handle disappointments,
5 Which is why, when the Yanks landed to occupy Japan,
6 They were met by a bunch of smiling, nodding, peace-loving Nips,
7 Who would never hurt a fly.
8 And in all the time since then, they have never stopped smiling and nodding.
9 They smiled and nodded when sMacArthur became the military governor of their nation.
10 tThey smiled and nodded when he wrote them a democratic constitution that made it illegal for them to wage war ever again for any reason.
11 uThey smiled and nodded when MacArthur gave women the vote.