5 edition of Japan"s American Interlude (Midway Reprint) found in the catalog.
December 15, 1979 by University Of Chicago Press .
Written in English
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In conclusion, Japan's American Interlude proved to be a very informative and valuable book for learning more about Japanese culture and the immediate aftermath of World War II. It is well-written, and full of information on what happened during America's occupation of Japan, The reader just has to remember that any pessimistic conclusions /5(3).
Kawai's "Japan's American Interlude" is a fascinating book. Kawai sees the Japanese as an ever-changing people, who were malleable to US expectations during the Occupation phase even though they had been pounded by anti-American messages for over a decade s: 3.
The result is a book which tells the story of the American occupation of Japan from the Japanese point of view. “This book deals with the American interlude in the history of Japan during which time that country was not only occupied by American troops and politically controlled by American officials but was subjected to almost every Pages: Kawai's "Japan's American Interlude" is a fascinating book.
Kawai sees the Japanese as an ever-changing people, who were malleable to US expectations during the Occupation phase even though they had been pounded by anti-American messages for over a decade prior/5(2). COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle.
Get this from a library. Japan's American interlude. [Kazuo Kawai] -- Largely a personal account based on the author's direct observations while engaged as editor of the "Nippon Times.".
A Japanese scholar, with many years' residence in the United States, analyzes the years of American occupation from to and the viability of the various changes and reforms introduced in those years. On the whole Mr.
Kawai judges the Occupation, for all its shortcomings, "a magnificent success" in setting Japan on a healthy direction for its own later development. Japan's American Interlude by Kawai Kazuo. You Searched For: Japans American Interlude.
Kawai, Kazuo. Published by University of Chicago Press Mr Kawai's book interprets, for the first time in English, the story of the American Occupation of Japan from the Japanese point of view.
The American Occupation was one of the most massive and. The author, Japanese-born and educated in America, a political scientist and journalist, brings his unique experience and knowledge to bear on these questions. The result is a book which tells the story of the American occupation of Japan from the Japanese point of view.
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After the early successes by Japan in the war, such as taking Singapore and Indonesia, this book, which covers the conflict from Guadalcanal to Guam, showcases one American victory after the next, advancing /5().
And, capsule review: Japan: An Attempt at Interpretation makes me want to look at some of the others. The first half of the book is devoted entirely to religious matters, primarily drawing a connection from the practices of the "ancestor cult" to the organization of Japanese society/5.
The Muromachi age may well emerge in the eyes of historians as one of the most seminal periods in Japanese history. So concluded the participants in the Conference on Japan. The proceedings, as edited for this volume, reveal this new interpretation of the Muromachi age (), which was among the most neglected and misunderstood chapters in Japanese history.
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The result is a book which tells. The fact is that, constantly since the s (with the exception of a brief interlude in the late s and early s), Japan's pre-eminent policy objective has been to keep ramping up exports.
By late the war in the Pacific had turned decisively against the Japanese, and overwhelming Allied forces began to close in on the home islands. At this point Japan unveiled a terrifying new tactic: the suicide attack, or Kamikaze, named after the Divine Wind which had once before, in medieval times, saved Japan from invasion.
The Shōwa era (昭和, Shōwa) refers to the period of Japanese history corresponding to the reign of Emperor Shōwa from Decem until his death on January 7, It was preceded by the Taishō pre and post-war Shōwa periods are almost completely different states: the pre Shōwa era (–) concerns the Empire of Japan, while post.
Apart from a brief interlude in the early s - the party governs almost uninterruptedly for the rest of the century and beyond.
- Japan joins United Nations. - Olympic Games held in. In his book American Interlude, published inhistorian Kazuo Kawai argues that the prewar system of education in Japan was a “notorious instrument” for instilling “a reactionary and ultra nationalistic point of view” and that in order for democracy toAuthor: Gordon Duncan.
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Japan’s bid for UNESCO recognition is confined to the era of the Meiji Emperor, who presided over the country’s rush to industrialize and. Japan’s defeat in World War II was only an interlude—a passing phase. The United States soon after its victory over Japan facilitated only by use of atomic bombings soon realised that United States embedment in the Asia Pacific template then needed American co-option of Japan as a pivotal security partner in Asia.
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