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The Japanese Wartime Empire, 1931-1945
Edited by Peter Duus, Ramon H. Myers, & Mark R. Peattie

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TABLE OF CONTENTS:

Preface
Introduction: Japan's Wartime Empire: Problems and Issues
Ch. 1Total War, Industrialization, and Social Change in Late Colonial Korea3
Ch. 2The Kominka Movement in Taiwan and Korea: Comparisons and Interpretations40
Ch. 3Imagined Empire: The Cultural Construction of Manchukuo71
Ch. 4Managing Occupied Manchuria, 1931-193497
Ch. 5Creating a Modern Enclave Economy: The Economic Integration of Japan, Manchuria, and North China, 1932-1945136
Ch. 6The Yen Bloc, 1931-1941171
Ch. 7Nanshin: The "Southward Advance," 1931-1941, as a Prelude to the Japanese Occupation of Southeast Asia189
Ch. 8Anomaly or Model? Independent Thailand's Role in Japan's Asian Strategy, 1941-1943243
Ch. 9Cooperation, Submission, and Resistance of Indigenous Elites of Southeast Asia in the Wartime Empire274
Ch. 10The "Comfort Women"305
Ch. 11The Postwar Economic Legacy of Japan's Wartime Empire324
Ch. 12Reflections on the Japanese and German Empires of World War II335
Contributors363
Index367

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