History's HEROES? Dated March 27, 1901 - June 3 1975

Eisaku Sato

Created by

Noah Trostle

Location

Japan
He supported and protected Japan in the war. He also hosted the Olympics held in Japan.

Achievements

  • Became Prime Minister
  • Hosted Olympics
  • Halted the spread of nuclear weapons

Characteristics

  • Brave / Courageous
  • A good and strong leader
  • Inspiring / Charismatic

External link

http://historysheroes.e2bn.org/heroes/suggested

Quotations

""If the attainment of peace is the ultimate objective of all statesmen, it is, at the same time, something very ordinary, closely tied to the daily life of each individual."" - Eisaku Sato

Historical Heroes

Eisaku Sato was a great and supportive man for the Japanese. He gave them entertainment and helped them through the war.

He was in charge of the Olympic games in Tokyo in 1964 and then became the Prime Minister the same year. He supported the US war in Vietnam, while at the same time urging the United States to return the island of Okinawa to Japan in 1972, but the US did not. Sato during his life spent a lot of the time protecting and supporting Japan in the war and in entertainment with the Olympics. The Peace Prize was heatedly discussed in Japan because they accused him of being an obedient servant of the Americans and the Japanese didn't like that. He grew up in an old samurai family. Worked for a Japanese railway service before becoming the hero that he his. A quote by Eisaku Sato is "If the attainment of peace is the ultimate objective of all statesmen, it is, at the same time, something very ordinary, closely tied to the daily life of each individual."

Life in Eisaku Sato's world

Sato during his life spent a lot of the time protecting and supporting Japan in the war and in entertainment with the Olympics.

Was Eisaku Sato a Hero?

  • Participated in the war for Japan
  • Was a full supporting figure for Japan

Things you might not know about Eisaku Sato

The Peace Prize was heatedly discussed in Japan because they accused him of being an obedient servant of the Americans and the Japanese didn't like that. He grew up in an old samurai family. Worked for a Japanese railway service before becoming the hero that he his.
E2B® and E2BN® are registered trade marks and trading names of East of England Broadband Network (Company Registration No. 04649057)
Terms and Conditions