You are completely off. In America and most of Europe and the UK and Russia and China and large parts of Asia and Africa, there is still a near universal revulsion and moral indignation at each and every Axis power. Mussolini’s evil is not forgotten in Ethiopia. Try selling your whitewash of Japanese militarism in Korea or China or Vietnam or anywhere else they attacked. Hitler was the worst, but the other Fascists are still reviled as kindred monsters of evil. Most people around the world view the a-bomb as a necessary means to bring the war to a quick conclusion — it’s use certainly did not put the Americans at the same moral position as the Japanese militarists who started the war and committed savage acts of brutality.
WWII is still viewed as a struggle between good and evil. Your attempt to rewrite this based on some mythical shopkeepers sign is pathetic and wrongheaded.