Why did Dr Sadao take the man in and save him?

Question: Why did Dr Sadao take the man in and save him?

Answer: Dr Sadao was a patriot to the core. The man, an American, was his enemy. Obviously, he did not want to save him. However, the man was wounded. Being a doctor, it was Sadao’s sacred duty to save his life, if he could. He was trained not to let a man die, if he could help him. Obviously, Dr Sadao had to choose between his role as a private individual and as a citizen with a sense of national commitment. Dr Sadao took the man in and operated on him. He took care for the man and kept him in his house till the prisoner was on the path of recovery.


Why did Dr Sadao take the man in and save him?


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