Politics and Culture in Wartime Japan

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The Pacific War was the most traumatic experience for Japan in modern times. This book examines the politics and culture of Japan during this period: the establishment of the wartime regime--its character and limitations; the actions and reactions of the emperor, the bureaucrats, and the politicians; the deposing of the Prime Minister in the middle of the war; political developments under his successors; the role of the press; the behavior of the intellectuals; and prevailing attitudes towards the West. Shillony argues that ...

Politics and Culture in Wartime Japan 1991, OUP Oxford

ISBN-13: 9780198202608

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Politics and Culture in Wartime Japan 1981, Oxford University Press, USA, Oxford, England

ISBN-13: 9780198215738

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