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The article has been considerbly revised and is now referenced. It is now specific to the Kodoha army political faction and its disagreement with the Toseiha, and extraneous paragraphs on Hideki Tojo and his conduct of the Second World War have been removed as irrelevant. Tojo was a member of the former Toseiha, not the Kodoha. Also, the Kodoha ceased to exist after the February 26 Incident, and discussions on politics and conduct within the Army post-1936 belong elsewhere--MChew (talk) 08:38, 9 December 2007 (UTC)