The Japanese were very loyal to the state in WW2. They had a sect of shintoism named after "State Shinto". The air force of Japan would crash their airplanes into allied ships to sink them, sacrificing themselves as proof of loyalty to the emperor, as he was considered a god by the Japanese. They would also show loyalty by never surrendering, and even if they were outnumbered, they would sooner commit suicide than be taken prisonner by the allies.
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