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The Japanese Empire: Its Physical, Political, and Social Condition and History

With Details of the Late American and British Expeditions

by S. B. Kemish

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Published by Adamant Media Corporation .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Japanese Empire,Jap British expedition,American expedition,history,policy,social condition,Kemish,
  • History / Asia,
  • History / Far East

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages311
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11821298M
    ISBN 101421233339
    ISBN 109781421233338

      Many items are in fragile condition due to their age and require careful handling. Most of these items are housed in the Asian Division, but some can also be found in the Law Library and the Geography & Maps Division. political, and social history of East Asia more generally. politics, and history of the Japanese empire and countries. A major focus of Representing Empire is how Japan, its people, and empire were imagined. Xiong calls for the problematizing of words such as “Japan” and “Japanese people” as imagined and constructed political units that involved a central Japanese metropole as well as its colonies.

      "A brilliant conception, deeply and deftly executed, Imperial Japan at its Zenith is a fascinating and colorful panorama of the Japanese empire in in its own terms and on multiple levels of description and argument. A must- and marvelous read for anyone interested in modern Japan, as well as Korea, China, and Asia more generally."Reviews: 5. On 8 December , the Dutch government-in-exile declared war on Japan. In January the American-British-Dutch-Australian Command (ABDACOM) was formed to co-ordinate Allied forces in South East Asia, under the command of General Archibald Wavell. In the weeks leading up to the invasion, senior Dutch government officials went into exile, taking political prisoners, family, and personal staff to.

    "The Geology and Mineral Resources of the Japanese Empire, Tokyo, (for use wit revised edition of "Geological Map of Japanese Empire" at Scale 1/) Political Administration in Exterior Provinces. Aubert, L., Paix Japonaise, Paris, Idem, Americains et japonais, Paris, The post–World War I economy wreaked havoc on many nations, Japan included. Due to the postwar production slowdown, increased trade barriers and tariffs imposed by the West, and economic strains caused by the Great Kanto Earthquake, Japan fell into an economic depression two years before the global Great Depression began in Thirty-seven banks were forced to close after Japanese.


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The Japanese regarded this sphere of influence as a political and economic necessity, which prevented foreign states from strangling Japan by blocking its access to raw materials and crucial sea-lanes.

Japan's large military force was regarded as essential to the empire's defense and prosperity by obtaining natural resources that the Japanese. Nevertheless, this book should be read by scholars of Japan’s empire, of modern Japanese immigration, and certainly by anyone with an interest in Okinawan history.

It brings that under-studied history to light and, in the process, it serves to accentuate the fissures within the modern Japanese. Japan - Japan - World War II and defeat: The European war presented the Japanese with tempting opportunities.

After the Nazi attack on Russia inthe Japanese were torn between German urgings to join the war against the Soviets and their natural inclination to seek richer prizes from the European colonial territories to the south. In Japan occupied northern Indochina in an attempt to.

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Legislative power is vested in the National Diet, which consists of the House of. Launched in the high noon of the “new imperialism,” the Japanese colonial empire was to a large extent formally patterned after the tropical empires of modern Europe.

Yet, as the only non-Western imperium of modern times, Japan's overseas empire stood apart from its European counterparts, its circumstances scarcely duplicated elsewhere.

Hayashi Yōko’s Sei o Kanri Suru Teikoku [Controlling Sex in Empire], which examines the licensed prostitution system in Japan, is a very useful secondary resource for those who want to understand the overall discourse about sexuality under Japanese imperialism, especially between and The book’s central question is: “why was Japan unable to abolish the violence against women.

Over the past quarter of a century, research on the connection between empire and environment has flourished worldwide. Most writings, though, have focused on the history of European empire-building or American westward expansion; few have anything significant to say about the Japanese empire.

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The colonial representation of and discourse on VD in Western colonial settings was often built around a missionary medical account of sin and disease and a.

This book analyses the pivotal decade of –41 from the distinct vantage points of Japan’s empire, society, and diplomacy, to shed new light on and to provide new insight into that “tumultuous decade.” Specifically, the times are examined through a multi-disciplinary lens based on an international history.

Mirroring the Japanese Empire is important because its subject remains understudied. [the author] has been a pioneer in this field [ ]Most significant, Kaneko’s book proposes interpretive frameworks to study Japanese wartime paintings.

[ ] I would like to end this review by. Japanese exports almost tripled in only four years. Taking advantage of Europe’s internal conflicts, Japan moved into an East Asian power vacuum and demanded that the Chinese government, weak and decentralized after the collapse of the Qing Empire inturn over much of its economic and political power to Japan.

Examines the history of a military expedition the Japanese government sent to southern Taiwan in ; Explores the Japanese government's colonial intent, and its justification that a state must spread civilization and political authority to territories where it claimed sovereignty, thereby challenging Chinese authority in East Asia and consolidating its power domestically.

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