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KO BUN’YU’S DEFINING HISTORY 2

By HUANG WENXIONG,

1 CHAPTER 1: DEFINING HISTORY 1. Perceptions vs. facts The word history is on occasion defined as “the truth about past events.” That definition is then extended to “past events as they actually occurred.” Going by that assumptio…
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The Nanjing Incident: Japanese Eyewitness Accounts 2

By Ara Kenichi,

Chapter 1 Nanjing as Observed by Journalists “…. I do not think there was anything that could have been called an “incident”. I didn't see anything and nobody associated with the Asahi raised it as topic. And, considering the nu…
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KO BUN’YU’S DEFINING HISTORY 1

By HUANG WENXIONG,

0 KO BUN’YU’S1 DEFINING HISTORY A macroscopic analysis of the differences among the histories of East Asian nations: Japan, China, Taiwan, and Korea 1 Profile of Ko Bunyu http://www.sdh-fact.com/CL02_1/72_S3.pdf 1 FOREWORD A multi…
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The Nanjing Incident: Japanese Eyewitness Accounts 1

By Ara Kenichi,

1 The Nanjing Incident: Japanese Eyewitness Accounts -Testimony from 48 Japanese Who Were There- By Ara Ken’ichi 2 3 Introduction This book is highly significant in that it contains the words of military officials, journalists, dip…
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New History Textbook for Middle School Students Chapter 4 Section 3, 4

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Section 3 – Constitutionalism and the wars with China and Russia Topic 58 – The struggle to revise the unequal treaties What strategies did Japan employ in order to renegotiate the unequal treaties signed with the Western powers dur…
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New History Textbook for Middle School Students Chapter 4 Section 1, 2

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Chapter 4: Modern Japan and the World (Part 1) – From the Final Years of the Edo Shogunate to the End of the Meiji Period Section 1 – The encroachment of the Western powers in Asia Topic 47 – Industrial and people's revolutions …
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New History Textbook for Middle School Students Chapter 3 Section 3, 4

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Section 3 – The spread of education and culture and the growth of manufacturing Topic 41 – Tsunayoshi's Government of Law and Reason and the Genroku culture What were the distinguishing characteristics of the Genroku culture that fl…
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New History Textbook for Middle School Students Chapter 3 Section 1, 2

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Chapter 3: Premodern Japan - The Azuchi-Momoyama and Edo Periods Section 1 – From warring states to national unification Topic 31 – The warring states daimyo What were the distinguishing characteristics of the new style of govern…
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New History Textbook for Middle School Students Chapter 2 Section 1-3

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Section 3 – Medieval society and culture Topic 28 – The transformation of medieval cities and villages How did life in Japan's cities and rural villages change during the medieval period? The evolution of agriculture Agricultura…
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New History Textbook for Middle School Students Chapter 1 Section 3, 4

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Section 3 - The founding of the Ritsuryo State Topic 11 - Prince Shotoku's political revolution Under what circumstances did Prince Shotoku implement his new style of politics? The unification of China under the Sui dynasty At the e…
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