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Japan Awakened Asia—A Miracle of the 20th Century The Road to the Independence of India PART 9 : Chapter 8 Special discussion between Pema Gyalpo and Sarker

By Probir Bikash Sarker,

Special discussion between Pema Gyalpo and Sarker The independence of Bangladesh and the Tibetans Sarker: Bangladesh became independent in 1971. Dr. Pema, were you a university student then? Pema Gylpo (hereinafter Pema): I was a stu…
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THE ROAD TO THE GREATER EAST ASIAN WAR NAKAMURA AKIRA PART 16: CHAPTER 4 : the inception of discord between japan and the us : 2 US anti-Japanese exclusionary policies and practices

By Nakamura Akira,

chapter 4: the inception of discord between japan and the us US anti-Japanese exclusionary policies and practices Chinese Exclusion Act Now I must address problems relating to the exclusion of Japanese immigrants, which arose in the US a…
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THE ROAD TO THE GREATER EAST ASIAN WAR NAKAMURA AKIRA PART 15: CHAPTER 4 : the inception of discord between japan and the us :1 Battle for railroad supremacy in Manchuria

By Nakamura Akira,

chapter 4: the inception of discord between japan and the us Battle for railroad supremacy in Manchuria Theodore Roosevelt’s pro-Japanese sentiments Japan-US relations, which had been amicable for the half-century beginning in the Anse…
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Japan Awakened Asia—A Miracle of the 20th Century The Road to the Independence of India PART 8 : Chapter 7 A short history of Bangladesh

By Probir Bikash Sarker,

Chapter 7 A short history of Bangladesh The division of Bengal under the British colonial rule As we have seen so far, Bengal produced many prominent people in various fields and greatly contributed to the Indian independence movement.…
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Japan Awakened Asia—A Miracle of the 20th Century The Road to the Independence of India PART 7 : Chapter 6 Historical significance of the “Dissentient Judgment of Justice Pal”

By Probir Bikash Sarker,

Chapter 6 Historical significance of the “Dissentient Judgment of Justice Pal” Justice Pal, “a man of justice” It is only in recent years that Justice Radhabinod Pal’s great achievement has been widely talked about and discuss…
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THE ROAD TO THE GREATER EAST ASIAN WAR NAKAMURA AKIRA PART 14: CHAPTER 3 : The Russo-Japanese War : 7 Events leading up to the annexation of Korea

By Nakamura Akira,

Chapter 3: The Russo-Japanese War Events leading up to the annexation of Korea Disingenuous Korean declaration of neutrality During the dozen or so years after the Russo-Japanese War ended, numerous events occurred that ended up transf…
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Japan Awakened Asia—A Miracle of the 20th Century The Road to the Independence of India PART 6 : Chapter 5 Chandra Bose and the Indian National Army

By Probir Bikash Sarker,

Chapter 5 Chandra Bose and the Indian National Army Chandra Bose, who moved Japan Chandra Bose arrived in Japan on May 16, 1943, via dangerous voyage aboard submarines from Germany. After his arrival, on June 10, Bose met Prime Minister…
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Japan Awakened Asia—A Miracle of the 20th Century The Road to the Independence of India PART 5 : Chapter 4 Inherited intent on “independence”

By Probir Bikash Sarker,

Chapter 4 Inherited intent on “independence” The outbreak of the Greater East Asian War and the establishment of the Indian Independence League Behari Bose published many books in Japan. Although they are not popularly read today, …
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THE ROAD TO THE GREATER EAST ASIAN WAR NAKAMURA AKIRA PART 13: CHAPTER 3 : The Russo-Japanese War : 6 RUSSO-JAPANESE WAR VIEWED IN THE CONTEXT OF WORLD HISTORY

By Nakamura Akira,

Chapter 3: The Russo-Japanese War 6. RUSSO-JAPANESE WAR VIEWED IN THE CONTEXT OF WORLD HISTORY Japan’s victory electrifies Asia Other consequential effects of the Japanese victory in the Russo-Japanese War were the confidence and hope …
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THE ROAD TO THE GREATER EAST ASIAN WAR NAKAMURA AKIRA PART 12: CHAPTER 3 : The Russo-Japanese War : 5. THE RUSSO-JAPANESE WAR AND THE JAPANESE PEOPLE

By Nakamura Akira,

Chapter 3: The Russo-Japanese War 5. THE RUSSO-JAPANESE WAR AND THE JAPANESE PEOPLE Dilemma faced by advocates of war with Russia: my country or myself When it became clear that Russia was planning aggression against Manchuria and Korea…
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