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太平洋戦争 Taiheiyō Sensō和天皇「 月日は、太平洋戦争開戦の日である。この戦争を巡っては、昭和天皇が晩年の年まで「辛い」「戦争の責任のことをいわれる」などと悩んで 戦艦大和の運用次第で、太平洋戦争の戦局は覆って 太平洋戦争のターニングポイントとされる戦いにおいて、戦艦大和が効果的に運用されていたら、勝敗は逆転し、日本が優勢となる可能性は高かった。さらに戦術的レベルに留まらず、戦略的活用に踏み切っていれば、大和は世界大戦の帰趨さえ変えてしまう力を秘めていたのである。 平間 途中で戦争をやめる 太平洋戦争で日本は途中でな 太平洋戦争で日本は途中でなぜ戦争をやめなかったのですか年で日本軍軍人の戦死率が一気に上がりました。年で降伏していれば無益な血を流さずに済んだハズです。なぜ日本は途中で戦争をやめれなかったのでしょうか回答:以下の. A rare translated text by a Japanese historian showing perspectives of the common Japanese of the war This book received a fairly controversial reputation in Japan after several attempts by the Ministry of Education to censor certain parts

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SUMMARY ¿ 太平洋戦争 [Taiheiyō Sensō] ✓ 概説 太平洋戦争 | 論説カテゴリ | 歴史小説家 三浦 概説 太平洋戦争 第一話 太平洋戦争の原因; 第二話 開戦日の栄光; 第三話 ミッドウェー海戦; 第四話 兵器のネーミング; 第五話 架空戦史vs史実; 第六話 日米の基本概説 太平洋戦争 | 論説カテゴリ | 歴史小説家 三浦 概説 太平洋戦争 第一話 太平洋戦争の原因; 第二話 開戦日の栄光; 第三話 ミッドウェー海戦; 第四話 兵器のネーミング; 第五話 架空戦史vs史実; 第六話 日米の基本戦略比較; 第七話 ガダルカナル戦; 第八話 カサブランカ会談; 第九話 技術と生産効率; 第十 戦後年戦争について考えてみよう | NHK for 年に太平洋戦争が終わってから、年で年がたちます。戦争中にどんなことがあったのか。当時の人々や子どもたちは、どのようにくらして Taiheiyō Sensō Nihon Kaigun kansen sōshitsu 太平洋戦争日本 かんせんそしついちらんず 原タイトル Taiheiyō Sensō Nihon Kaigun kansen sōshitsu ichiranzu Trove利用条件 RDFデータ表示 収録DBで開く 類似アイテムを探す 基本情報 詳細情報 Taiheiyō Sensō to Ajia gaikō Hatano Sumio 太 Taiheiyō Sensō to Ajia gaikō Hatano Sumio 太平洋 戦. To many the Pacific War is geographically limited to the eastern side of the Pacific Ocean extending furthest south to the Coral Sea and west to the Philippines It is also chronologically limited to the period between 8th December 1941 and 2nd September 1945 To the Japanese and Chinese however the Pacific War extends to China and Southeast Asia and started on 18th September 1931 when the Kwantung Army invaded Manchuria This distinction is important to many Americans Pearl Harbor was a sneak attack reuiring a full retaliatory response To the Japanese it was the outcome of the sanctions that the USA placed upon them and having no  way out they had to attack the USA in the hope they would sue for peace These sanctions were put in place in step with the escalation of Japan's conuest in China leading to the most drastic embargo of oil as Japan invaded Indochina which could be traced back to Japan's actions in China To the Japanese the Pacific War is a 15 year war and their ultimate near devastation is to be traced to 1931 which is why the characters that appear in Japanese and Chinese literature on the war is a lot colourful and well developed than the fleeting mention that they get in Western literatureThis book by Saburo Ienaga is a survey of the events leading to Japan's ultimate defeat and the conditions in Japan throughout that period The author's motivation is to educate the post war generation about Japan's recent past and importantly to counter the resurgent right wing narrative in Japan In doing so not only did he discuss the military and cabinet decisions he also provided a view into the controls the military put place to ensure that the populace remained docile and abiding and would not raise any objections to the military's adventures In the 1920s and throughout the 1930s militarism was pervasive and this started to make inroads into schools through systematic perversion of the school curriculum as well as the increase in imperialistic mindedness of the teachers There were those who tried to resists but by 1940 there was largely no open dissent pg 117 and even the intellectual community not only caved in under pressure but accommodated with alacrity to the new order pg 121 This being the case and with the constant bombardment of news of the Imperial Japanese Army and Navy scoring victories after victories over any adversaries it became impossible for the Japanese civilian to know the truth The author's main concern was that there never seemed to be a time when the post war Japanese society evaluated Japan's history in the early part of the 20th century War memories started to fade and there are even signs that the war apologists were beginning to make a come back Indeed there were even people who advocated the reassessment the war because excessive emphasis on war responsibility would produce a guilt ridden nation pg 253 And as if to prove his point Inenaga published a draft of a Japanese history textbook for high school based on his New Japanese History The draft was rejected by the Ministry of Education in 1952 because they did not like the way he depicted certain events this resulted in him bringing a lawsuit to the ministryI cannot claim to be a scholar in Japanese literature on the War but I observed a few interesting perspectives on Emperor Hirohito from the few works I have read The right wing perspective is that the Emperor might have a role in starting the war but it was a just war and he did the right thing Among those who disagree with the war and admitted to the atrocities of the Imperial Japanese Army are two different views One is that the Emperor had no choice and was not really in control of events Respected academic and author Kazutoshi Handō is of this opinion The other perspective to which this author subscribed is that the Emperor should bear the responsibilities and at the end of the war with everyone suffering the most difficult conditions and the myth of the Emperor shattered people were ready to indict him had the Allies so decided Finally there are those who chose to side step the role of the Emperor This is an interesting issue for further exploration and I hope that the book I'm currently reading would help to shed some lightAs a small volume it is impossible for the author to go into enough details of any events or any aspect of the lives of the Japanese I started reading the Chinese translation of the book and found it hard mainly because of the style that I'm not used to The English translation is much easier to read but seem to lack a certain depth However those who are interested in getting one Japanese perspective a left leaning one of the Pacific War will find this book useful

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争 と アジア 外交 波多野 澄雄 AuthorCreator Hatano Sumio Hatano Sumio Other Title Japan's Asia policy during the Pacific War Edition Shohan 初版. Publication Tōkyō Tōkyō Daigaku Shuppankai 東京 東京 大学 出版会 FormatDescription Government document Book x Manshūkoku no saigo Taiheiyō Sensō Kenkyūkai 満州国の最期 太平洋戦争硏究会編 Manshūkoku no saigo Taiheiyō Sensō Kenkyūkai hen 太平洋戦争小説一覧 | 無料の小説投稿サイトのアル 太平洋戦争中の主な海戦について、にわかミリオタが簡単にまとめました。 架空戦記を作るときの参考にしたり、太平洋戦争について学んだりして活用してください。 できる限り、緩く、不定期に書いていくつもりです。 そのうち、陸戦編も書きます Taiheiyō Sensō ka no gakkō seikatsu in Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books media journals databases government documents and 「何故攻撃に出ぬか」太平洋戦争下の昭. This is an awe inspiring book I have read many books about why Japan lost WW2 and none of them go deep enough Books like Government by Assassination The Culture of Japanese Fascism Japan's Holy War The Ideology of Radical Shinto Ultranationalism and Japan 1941 Countdown to Infamy for example criticize aspects of Japanese politics that led to the collective misjudgment of Kuomintang military power in 1935 1939 the key strategic failure that led to the loss of the war but despite the scandalized appalled tone of these books they don't give a rational picture of the systemic origins of this misjudgment This book goes all the way to the core and it's presented with extremely well chosen uotations knowledgeable summaries and succinctly recounted personal experiences It's got the power of 100 books compressed into one readable crisply written workI strongly recommend this book anyone who is familiar with the overall outline of the war but is not clear why Japan took itself on a path towards total annihilation It will not be comprehensible if you don't know anything about Japan but if for example you have watched the Miyazaki Hayao film The Wind Also Rises and grasp the social currents it discusses you probably have enough background knowledge to enjoy this bookIf anything the only shortcoming of the book is that it doesn't go in depth about how difficult it would be to replace the xenophobic current in Japanese society and why it is different from Western countries where the presumption of ruthless criticism of all that exists grows naturally from Cartesian assumptions about the sovereignty of the philosophizing subject Ienaga writes like an American Protestant posing the uestions of modern values in an extremely straightforward and commonsensical manner as if he has found an Archimedean pivot to judge all Japanese people with but he is actually at the outer edge of what is acceptable in Japan and probably had to handle many death threats from nationalists for this book I would recommend reading other books on the challenges faced by the left in Japan for example Zengakuren Japan's Revolutionary Students to get a grasp on the difficulties of civilizational critiue and how they manifested when the Left was in powerBy the way contrary to other reviews this is not the textbook that was modified by the Japanese Ministry of Culture That textbook Shin Nihonshi was originally written immediately after World War II and although it was approved it became the basis of a lawsuit that aimed to overturn the textbook authorization system through the courts This book's original title is Taiheiyō Sensō and it was published in the eventful year of 1968 It includes a lot of material about textbooks including Ienaga's critiue of the authorization system but it is not a textbook itself