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THE ROAD TO THE GREATER EAST ASIAN WAR NAKAMURA AKIRA PART 4: CHAPTER 2: THE 1ST SINO-JAPANESE WAR : OUTBREAK OF HOSTILITIES AND COURSE OF THE CONFLICT

By Nakamura Akira,

chapter 2: The 1st sino-japanese war ⦁ Outbreak of hostilities and course of the conflict ⦁ China sends troops to quell Donghak Peasant Revolution China perceived Korea as a vassal state; Japan regarded Korea as an autonomous nation.…
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THE ROAD TO THE GREATER EAST ASIAN WAR NAKAMURA AKIRA PART 3: CHAPTER 1: THE BEGINNINGS OF MODERN JAPANESE-KOREAN RELATIONS

By Nakamura Akira,

CHAPTER 1: THE BEGINNINGS OF MODERN JAPANESE-KOREAN RELATIONS 1. KOREAN XENOPHOBIA AND COMPLACENCY Modern Sino-Japanese relations begin on equal footing Anyone who believes that relations between Japan and China at the beginning of the m…
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THE ROAD TO THE GREATER EAST ASIAN WAR NAKAMURA AKIRA PART 2: INTRODUCTION: HISTORICAL CONTROVERSIES

By Nakamura Akira,

INTRODUCTION: HISTORICAL CONTROVERSIES 1. Capitulating to Chinese and Korean demands During the postwar era, historical controversies are the most nagging problems confronting Japan. Just as an ex-convict, forever branded, must live out h…
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THE ROAD TO THE GREATER EAST ASIAN WAR NAKAMURA AKIRA PART 1: PREFACE AND TABLE OF CONTENTS

By Nakamura Akira,

THE ROAD TO THE GREATER EAST ASIAN WAR NAKAMURA AKIRA, PROFESSOR EMERITUS OF DOKKYO UNIVERSITY (English Translation: Society for the Dissemination of Historical Fact) PART 1: PREFACE AND TABLE OF CONTENTS PREFACE How should we def…
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Counting the Blessings of Whales: Insights from a Chopsticks-wielding Patriot

By Koizumi Takeo,

Counting the Blessings of Whales: Insights from a Chopsticks-wielding Patriot Koizumi Takeo Society for the Dissemination of Historical Fact© …
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How to Defeat China Cancer: The Final Showdown CHAPTER 5 japan AT A CROSSROADS

By Lin Kenryo,

chapter 5: japan AT A CROSSROADS 1. Absence of independent spirit in postwar Japan What is the “Japanese spirit” held in such awe by the Taiwanese? Taiwan is often described as pro-Japan because the Taiwanese have such great respec…
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Primary Historical Sources Reveal the Truth about the Nanjing Incident

By Ikeda Haruka,

Conclusion Lastly, let us examine the Nanjing Incident for what it really is. It should be easier now to see the Incident through American missionaries, the original disseminators of the Incident. First, the true purpose of the Amer…
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Primary Historical Sources Reveal the Truth about the Nanjing Incident Chapter 6 : The background of the American Missions in Nanjing supporting the Chinese Army

By Ikeda Haruka,

Chapter 6: The background of the American Missions in Nanjing supporting the Chinese Army 1. Action guidelines of the Protestant Church in China The first chapter of this book verified that American missionaries in Nanjing suppor…
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Primary Historical Sources Reveal the Truth about the Nanjing Incident Chapter 5: Verdicts at the Tokyo Trials induced by neutral, third-party American missionaries

By Ikeda Haruka,

Chapter 5: Verdicts at the Tokyo Trials induced by neutral, third-party American missionaries 1. Fictitious view of history held by American missionaries (1) Examination of “credible, neutral witnesses” Currently, the popular vi…
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Primary Historical Sources Reveal the Truth about the Nanjing Incident Chapter 4 : The Structural Outline of International Propaganda of the Nanjing Incident

By Ikeda Haruka,

Chapter 4: The Structural Outline of International Propaganda of the Nanjing Incident Cooperative relationship between the American missionaries and the Chinese for international propaganda Previously, I clearly pointed out the coop…
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