5 edition of The Japanese empire in East Asia and its postwar legacy found in the catalog.
|Statement||Harald Fuess (ed.).|
|Series||Monographien aus dem Deutschen Institut für Japanstudien der Philipp-Franz-von-Siebold-Stiftung ;, Bd. 22, Monographien (Philipp-Franz-von-Siebold-Stiftung. Deutsches Institut für Japanstudien) ;, Bd. 22.|
|LC Classifications||DS518.45 .J364 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||253 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||253|
|LC Control Number||99179801|
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Throughout East Asia, its legacy lingers on. This volume presents fresh and exciting new work, much of it published in English for the first time. It helps us understand how the demise of empire left its mark on the beginning of the Cold War in Asia, and continues to shape political relations in the region to this day."4/5(1).
The end of Japan’s empire appeared to happen very suddenly and cleanly – but, as this book shows, it was in fact very messy, with a long period of establishing or re-establishing the postwar order.
Moreover, as the authors argue, empires have afterlives, which, in the case of Japan’s empire, is not much studied. This book considers the details of deimperialization, including the.
Beginning with the closing decade of European colonial rule in Southeast Asia and covering the wartime Japanese empire and its postwar disintegration, Tensions of Empire focuses on the Japanese in Southeast Asia, Indonesians in Japan, and the legacy of the war in Southeast Asia.
It also examines Japanese perceptions of Southeast Asia and the. The end of Japan’s empire appeared to happen very suddenly and cleanly – but, as this book shows, it was in fact very messy, with a long period of establishing or re-establishing the postwar order.
Moreover, as the authors argue, empires have afterlives, which, in the case of Japan’s empire, is not much by: 1. The Japanese Empire in East Asia and its Postwar Legacy Octo Scholars from Europe, Asia and the United States evaluate the historical significance of Japan’s colonial empire in the context of times shaped by imperialism, nationalism, totalitarianism, modernity, and war.
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This module further explores the immediate postwar legacy of the Japanese empire in the Cold War order in East Asia. Events that will be considered in this context include the Korean War, the birth of the People's Republic of China, and the establishment of Nationalis trule in Taiwan.
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Japanese Expansion in South-East Asia, Causation, Change, Perspective. Review: Japan wanted to expand its empire but would do so through negotiation a Japanese historian, in an academic book The Pacific War (Taiheiyo Senso)page (). This paper provides a basic introduction to the history Japan’s empire and its legacies in the modern world.
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Szpilman A comparative study of the Toyo Kyokai and the Nan'yo Kyokai / Hyung Gu Lynn Technocratic visions of empire: technology bereaucrats and the "new order for science. This book examines the history of a military expedition the Japanese government sent to southern Taiwan inin the context of Japan’s subordination to Western powers in the unequal treaty system in East Asia.
It argues that events on the ground in Taiwan show the Japanese government intended to establish colonies in southern and eastern Taiwan, and justified its colonial intent based. Following the end of World War II in Asia, the Allied powers repatriated over six million Japanese nationals and deported more than a million colonial subjects from Japan.
Watt analyzes how the human remnants of empire served as sites of negotiation in the process of jettisoning the colonial project and in the creation of new national identities.
The Empire of Japan (Japanese: 大日本帝国, Hepburn: Dai Nippon Teikoku) is a historical nation-state along with its colonies, protectorates, mandates, and other territories that existed from the Meiji Restoration in until the enactment of the constitution and subsequent formation of modern Japan.
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It also examines Japanese perceptions of Southeast Asia and the lingering ambivalence toward Japanese. Fuess, Harald (Hg.) The Japanese Empire in East Asia and Its Postwar Legacy. • ISBN S., geb.
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Japan's New Order in East Asia: Its Rise and Fall – London: Oxford University Press, About Post-war Japan as a Sea Power. In Post-war Japan as a Sea Power, Alessio Patalano incorporates new, exclusive source material to develop an innovative approach to the study of post-war Japan as a military archival-based history of Asia's most advanced navy, the Japanese Maritime Self-Defence Force (JMSDF), looks beyond the traditional perspective of viewing the modern Japanese.
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Empire of Japan, historical Japanese empire founded on January 3,when supporters of the emperor Meiji overthrew Yoshinobu, the last Tokugawa shogun. Power would remain nominally vested in the throne until the defeat of Japan in World War II and the enactment of Japan’s postwar .East Asia is the eastern region of Asia, which is defined in both geographical and ethno-cultural terms.
The modern states of East Asia include China (People's Republic of China), Hong Kong (SAR of PRC), Japan, Macau (SAR of PRC), Mongolia, North Korea (Democratic People's Republic of Korea), South Korea (Republic of Korea) and Taiwan (Republic of China).
The East Asian states of China, North.The book makes a major contribution to the study of modern Japan and sheds new light on the contested issues of colonialism, war, and territorial sovereignty in East Asia.” (Daqing Yang, Associate Professor of History and International Affairs, George Washington University, USA, and author of Technology of Empire: Telecommunications and Japan.