Society for the Dissemination of Historical Fact

REVIEW
of English Language Books

(30 articles)
Hawaiian Sovereignty: Do the Facts Matter?

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Hawaiian Sovereignty: Do the Facts Matter? Thurston Twigg-Smith Goodale Publishing, 1998 Reviewed by Tadashi Hama One notes from the current rioting in America not only how rapidly American racial minorities escalate to raw violence i…
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At Our Wit’s End: Why We’re Becoming Less Intelligent and What it Means for the Future

By Aldric Hama,

MANKIND QUARTERLY 2019 60.2 277-281 277 Book Review At Our Wit’s End: Why We’re Becoming Less Intelligent and What it Means for the Future Edward Dutton and Michael Woodley of Menie Imprint Academic, 2018 A previous book by Woodle…
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The Japanese Administration of Guam, 1941-1944: A Study of Occupation and Integration Policies, with Japanese Oral Histories

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The Japanese Administration of Guam, 1941-1944: A Study of Occupation and Integration Policies, with Japanese Oral Histories Wakako Higuchi McFarland & Company, Inc., 2013 Reviewed by Tadashi Hama Personal recollections from the past h…
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Between Incompetence and Culpability: Assessing the Diplomacy of Japan’s Foreign Ministry from Pearl Harbor to Potsdam.

By SUGIHARA Seishiro,

Between Incompetence and Culpability: Assessing the Diplomacy of Japan’s Foreign Ministry from Pearl Harbor to Potsdam. Seishiro Sugihara University Press of America, 1997 Reviewed by Tadashi Hama This collec…
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The Travel Diaries of Albert Einstein: The Far East, Palestine & Spain 1922-1923

By Tadashi Hama,

The Travel Diaries of Albert Einstein: The Far East, Palestine & Spain 1922-1923 Edited by Ze’ev Rosenkranz Princeton University Press, 2018 By Tadashi Hama To better understand the past, the voices of the past should be heard…
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Race Differences in Ethnocentrism by Edward Dutton

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MANKIND QUARTERLY 2019 60.2 272-276 272 Book Review Race Differences in Ethnocentrism Edward Dutton Arktos, 2019 Certain sections of the Western intellectual elite have made it clear that the basis of the ills that currently plague We…
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Anti-Japanese Tribalism By Lee Yeong-hoon et al.

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BOOK REVIEW BY MATSUKI KUNITOSHI Anti-Japanese Tribalism By Lee Yeong-hoon et al. Conscientious scholars rise up At long last conscientious Korean historians have risen up to reveal the truth about their country’s past. Since De…
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Book Review: War Guilt Information Program and History Wars

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Book Review: War Guilt Information Program and History Wars In 2015, hundreds of American professors signed an “open letter” attacking the government of Japan for allegedly being against freedom of expression. In 2017, another Americ…
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Inconvenient and Uncomfortable: Transcending Japan’s Comfort Women Paradigm

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Inconvenient and Uncomfortable: Transcending Japan’s Comfort Women Paradigm Marshall Wordsworth CreateSpace Independent Publishing Reviewed by Hama Tadashi “Then, we were also soldiers…” -Pae Chok-kan, Korean comfort woman. Th…
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An American Speaks on Japanese History: The Coming Japanese Nightmare, A Unified Korea by Max von Schuler

By Tadashi Hama,

An American Speaks on Japanese History: The Coming Japanese Nightmare, A Unified Korea Max von Schuler Heart Publishers (Tokyo), 2018 Reviewed by Tadashi Hama Since his election as president in 2017, Jae-in Moon, prai…
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