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- Imperial Way faction : One of the two major ultranationalist factions in the Imperial Japanese Army and militarized politics in the 1930s; emphasized spirituality over the technological approach of the Control faction
- Kokutai : Word with many associations in Japanese politics, often rendered into English as national polity.
- Taisho : Known in life as Yoshihito, Japanese Emperor, son of Meiji and father of Hirohito, ill in later life
- February 26, 1936 Incident : Probably the most serious Japanese military coup before World War Two in the Pacific, suppressed strongly by Emperor Hirohito, with several key government leaders killed and wounded, and Army purges following
- Inspector General of Military Education : One of the three most important positions in the Imperial Japanese Army, created in 1898 during the Meiji Restoration and directing all training and indoctrination of soldiers at all levels
- Organ Theory of Government : A fundamental question that arose in Japanese governance, while the Emperor was an active head of state, about whether the abstract state was supreme and the Emperor was an "organ" of it, or if the Emperor was not merely the symbol of kokutai and a godlike leader
- Sadao Araki : Japanese military and political leader associated with the kokutai philosophy and Imperial Way movement, involved in the militarization of politics preceding the Second World War; convicted as a major war criminal but pardoned in 1954
- Shigeru Honjo : Imperial Japanese Army officer who commanded Kwangtung Army from 1 Aug 1931 to 8 Aug 1932, including the Manchurian Incident; Chief Aide-de-Camp 1933-1936 and informal adviser afterwards; committed seppuku when told he was to be arrested as a major war criminal by the International Military Tribunal for the Far East
- Prince Higashikuni : (1887 – 1990) Extremely influential Japanese aristocrat, usually known as Prince Higashikuni, uncle of and advisor to Emperor Hirohito; field marshal, Imperial Japanese Army; briefly Prime Minister of Japan for the "surrender cabinet"
- Prince Kanin : (1865-1945) Prince, adopted son of Emperor Komei; Chief of Staff (Imperial Japanese Army), (23 Dec 1931 - 3 Oct 1940), followed by Hajime Sugiyama; key adviser to Emperor Hirohito and close adviser until his death