For the last 70 years since the end of World War II, the post-war world has been revolving around the historical recognition of the victorious nations of World War II. This book attempts to reevaluate history from a new perspective and to see the current world affairs in a new light, which is necessary for us to come to an understanding of one another and end the ongoing confusion in the world.

This book contains a spiritual testimony by Hideki Tojo, a Japanese wartime general and one of the most significant figures in the Pacific War, as well as a spiritual interview with Douglas MacArthur, Supreme Commander of the Allied Powers. Both Tojo and MacArthur share their views of history with a reference to the current affairs around the world. This book shows that both of these two important figures in world history, although they were enemies, fought to realize God’s justice and that the Pacific War was a hegemonic war to determine which nation was the world’s strongest nation. This book provides a valuable reference for realizing global justice in today’s world and for finding the path to peace, stability and progress of future humankind.