War and Militarism in Modern Japan: Issues of History and Identity

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Guy Podoler
Global Oriental, 1 באוג׳ 2009 - 256 עמודים
A considerable amount of writing has been published on Japan at war in WWII. Scholars have been revisiting the Russo-Japanese War of 1904–5. This volume examines Japan’s twentieth-century approach to war and militarism in a wider perspective, bringing hitherto unexamined new themes and subject-matter under scrutiny up to the present day.
 

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Introduction
1
1 Japans TugofWar After the RussoJapanese War
9
Japans Jewish Policy in the Late 1930s
22
3 Ethnicity and Gender in the Wartime Japanese Revue Theatre
39
4 The Terrible Weapon of the Gravely Injured Mishima Yukios Literature and the War
53
The February 26 Incident in Theatre and Film 19601980
63
The Dilemma of Humaneness and National Identity
80
The Cultural Dimension
111
The Parliamentary Debate Over Japans Democratic Constitution
129
The Individual and the Master Narrative of War
141
Myths in Japanese and Israeli Memory of the Second World War
158
Anticipation Deployment and Cultural Scripts
172
13 A Fragile Balance between Normalization and the Revival of Nationalistic Sentiments
187
An Analysis of a Prison Turned Memorial Site in Seoul
199
Bibliography
215
Index
237

8 Jewish Scientists Jewish Ethics and the Making of the Atomic Bomb
120

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