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Japan as the Occupier and the Occupied examines transwar political, military and social transitions in Japan and various territories that it controlled, including Korea, Borneo, Singapore, Manchuria and China, before and after August 1945. This approach allows a more nuanced understanding of Japan's role as occupier and occupied to emerge.…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
Japan as the Occupier and the Occupied examines transwar political, military and social transitions in Japan and various territories that it controlled, including Korea, Borneo, Singapore, Manchuria and China, before and after August 1945. This approach allows a more nuanced understanding of Japan's role as occupier and occupied to emerge.

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  • Produktdetails
  • Verlag: Palgrave Macmillan
  • Erscheinungstermin: 02.06.2015
  • Englisch
  • ISBN-13: 9781137408112
  • Artikelnr.: 44915582
Autorenporträt
Christine de Matos is Lecturer in History at the University of Notre Dame, Australia. She is the author of Imposing Peace and Prosperity: Australia, social justice and labour reform in occupied Japan (2008) and has co-edited, with Robin Gerster, Occupying the 'Other' (2009) and, with Rowena Ward, Gender, Power, and Military Occupations (2012).

Mark E. Caprio is Professor of Korean History in the College of Intercultural Communication at Rikky? University, Japan. He is the author of Japanese Assimilation Policies in Colonial Korea, 1910-1945 (2009). He is currently working on a manuscript tentatively titled 'The Dregs of Colonial Japan in Liberated Southern Korea, 1942-1948'.
Inhaltsangabe
Table of Contents 1. Before and After Defeat: Crossing the great 1945 divide; Mark E. Caprio and Christine de Matos 2. Cash and Blood: The Chinese community and the Japanese occupation of Borneo, 1941-1945; OOI Keat Gin 3. State, Sterilization and Reproductive Rights: Japan as the occupier and the occupied; Maho Toyoda 4. Labor under Military Occupation: Allied POWs and the Allied Occupation of Japan; Christine de Matos 5. More Bitter than Sweet: Reflecting on the Japanese community in British North Borneo, 1885-1946; Shigeru Sato 6. Colonial-era Korean Collaboration over Two Occupations: Delayed closure; Mark E. Caprio 7. Film and the Representation of Ideas in Korea During and After Japanese Occupation, 1940-1948; Brian Yecies 8. Patriotic Collaboration?: Zhou Fohai and the Wang Jingwei government during the Second Sino-Japanese War; Brian G. Martin 9. Trapped in the Contested Borderland: Sakhalin Koreans, wartime displacement and identity; Igor R. Saveliev 10. Collapsing the Past into the Present: The occupation of Japan seen in the pages of the journal New Women; Curtis Anderson Gayle 11. Dividing Islanders: The repatriation of 'Ry?ky?ans' from occupied Japan; Matthew R. Augustine 12. Memories of the Japanese Occupation: Singapore's first official Second World War memorial and the politics of commemoration; John Kwok 13. A Textual Reading of My Manchuria: Idealism, conflict and modernity; Mo Tian