The East Asian Dimension of the First World War - Schmidt, Jan
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Welche Rolle spielte Ostasien im Ersten Weltkrieg? Wie sahen und bewerteten ostasiatische Beobachter den "totalen Krieg" in Europa, welche Lehren zogen sie daraus für ihre Gesellschaften? Wie verschoben sich wirtschaftliche Netzwerke durch den Krieg? Welchen Einfluss hatte er auf Ordnungsvorstellungen und Weltbilder in Ostasien? Das Ziel der neueren Geschichtsschreibung, die Globalität des Ersten Weltkriegs stärker zu erfassen, ohne seine lokalen Rückwirkungen aus dem Blick zu verlieren, verfolgt dieser Band gut 100 Jahre nach dem Beginn des Krieges am Beispiel Chinas, Japans und Koreas.…mehr

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Welche Rolle spielte Ostasien im Ersten Weltkrieg? Wie sahen und bewerteten ostasiatische Beobachter den "totalen Krieg" in Europa, welche Lehren zogen sie daraus für ihre Gesellschaften? Wie verschoben sich wirtschaftliche Netzwerke durch den Krieg? Welchen Einfluss hatte er auf Ordnungsvorstellungen und Weltbilder in Ostasien? Das Ziel der neueren Geschichtsschreibung, die Globalität des Ersten Weltkriegs stärker zu erfassen, ohne seine lokalen Rückwirkungen aus dem Blick zu verlieren, verfolgt dieser Band gut 100 Jahre nach dem Beginn des Krieges am Beispiel Chinas, Japans und Koreas.
  • Produktdetails
  • CV - Eigene und Fremde Welten (CHUP) 35
  • Verlag: Campus Verlag
  • Artikelnr. des Verlages: 50751
  • Seitenzahl: 413
  • Erscheinungstermin: 11. März 2020
  • Englisch
  • Abmessung: 218mm x 147mm x 30mm
  • Gewicht: 609g
  • ISBN-13: 9783593507514
  • ISBN-10: 359350751X
  • Artikelnr.: 48123800
Autorenporträt
Jan Schmidt ist Associate Professor für Neuere und Neueste Geschichte Japans am Department for Japanese Studies an der Katholischen Universität Leuven. Katja Schmidtpott ist Professorin für Geschichte Japans an der Universität Bochum.
Inhaltsangabe
Contents Acknowledgements 9 The East Asian Dimension of the First World War: An Introduction 11 Jan Schmidt and Katja Schmidtpott I. The First World War and East Asian Thought The First World War in East Asian Thought: As Seen from Japan 39 Yamamuro Shin'ichi (translated by David De Cooman) The First World War and Its Impact on Chinese Concepts of Modernity 81 Eugene W. Chiu II. The War and East Asia in the Mass Media The Japanese Press and Japan's Entrance into the First World War 101 Morohashi Eiichi and Tamai Kiyoshi Seminar The "Yellow Monkey": Japan's Image during the First World War as Seen on German Picture Postcards 125 Sepp Linhart The First World War and Japanese Cinema: From Actuality to Propaganda 159 Ogawa Sawako III. Political and Economic Entanglements The Outbreak of the First World War and the Korean Independence Movement: Two Strategies Regarding the Twenty
One Demands on China 185 Ono Yasuteru Japanese Loan Policy to China during the First World War: Shoda Kazue and the Domestic Political Background of the Nishihara Loans 209 Kubota Yuji (translated by David De Cooman) The First World War and Chinese
American Economic Networks¿ 231 Wu Lin
chun German
Japanese
US Mutual Perceptions and Diplomatic Initiatives over Mexico: New Perspectives on the Zimmermann Telegram 247 Gerhard Krebs IV. Warfare and Mobilisation in Europe and in the US as Studied in Japan Lessons Learned: Japanese Bureaucrats and the First World War 271 Shimizu Yuichiro (translated by Angelika Koch) The Japanese Army's Studies of Germany during the First World War and Its Preparations of a System of General National Mobilisation 291 Kudo Akira (translated by Angelika Koch) Japanese Army Artillery and Engineering Officers' Study Visits to Europe and the "Japanese
German War" 313 Suzuki Jun (translated by David De Cooman) V. Individual Experiences: POWs, Civilian Internees and Chinese Workers The Treatment of German Prisoners of War in Japan in the Global Context of the First World War 333 Mahon Murphy The Prisoner
Of
War Camp at Aonogahara near Kobe: The Austro
Hungarian Empire in Miniature 349 Otsuru Atsushi Japanese Civilians in Germany at the Outbreak of the First World War 365 Naraoka Sochi The British Recruitment Campaign for the Chinese Labour Corps during the First World War and the Shandong Workers' Motives to Enroll 385 Zhang Yan (translated by Ernest Leung) Authors and Editors 409

Contents Acknowledgements 9 The East Asian Dimension of the First World War: An Introduction 11 Jan Schmidt and Katja Schmidtpott I. The First World War and East Asian Thought The First World War in East Asian Thought: As Seen from Japan 39 Yamamuro Shin'ichi (translated by David De Cooman) The First World War and Its Impact on Chinese Concepts of Modernity 81 Eugene W. Chiu II. The War and East Asia in the Mass Media The Japanese Press and Japan's Entrance into the First World War 101 Morohashi Eiichi and Tamai Kiyoshi Seminar The "Yellow Monkey": Japan's Image during the First World War as Seen on German Picture Postcards 125 Sepp Linhart The First World War and Japanese Cinema: From Actuality to Propaganda 159 Ogawa Sawako III. Political and Economic Entanglements The Outbreak of the First World War and the Korean Independence Movement: Two Strategies Regarding the Twenty
One Demands on China 185 Ono Yasuteru Japanese Loan Policy to China during the First World War: Shoda Kazue and the Domestic Political Background of the Nishihara Loans 209 Kubota Yuji (translated by David De Cooman) The First World War and Chinese
American Economic Networks¿ 231 Wu Lin
chun German
Japanese
US Mutual Perceptions and Diplomatic Initiatives over Mexico: New Perspectives on the Zimmermann Telegram 247 Gerhard Krebs IV. Warfare and Mobilisation in Europe and in the US as Studied in Japan Lessons Learned: Japanese Bureaucrats and the First World War 271 Shimizu Yuichiro (translated by Angelika Koch) The Japanese Army's Studies of Germany during the First World War and Its Preparations of a System of General National Mobilisation 291 Kudo Akira (translated by Angelika Koch) Japanese Army Artillery and Engineering Officers' Study Visits to Europe and the "Japanese
German War" 313 Suzuki Jun (translated by David De Cooman) V. Individual Experiences: POWs, Civilian Internees and Chinese Workers The Treatment of German Prisoners of War in Japan in the Global Context of the First World War 333 Mahon Murphy The Prisoner
Of
War Camp at Aonogahara near Kobe: The Austro
Hungarian Empire in Miniature 349 Otsuru Atsushi Japanese Civilians in Germany at the Outbreak of the First World War 365 Naraoka Sochi The British Recruitment Campaign for the Chinese Labour Corps during the First World War and the Shandong Workers' Motives to Enroll 385 Zhang Yan (translated by Ernest Leung) Authors and Editors 409