|Author:||Anthony Reid,Akira Oki|
|Subcategory:||Politics & Government|
|Publisher:||Ohio University Press (September 15, 1986)|
|Other formats:||lrf mobi rtf azw|
Japanese Experience Indonesia: Selected Memoirs of 1942-1945 (Ohio . This book is not yet featured on Listopia.
Japanese Experience Indonesia: Selected Memoirs of 1942-1945 (Ohio RIS Southeast Asia Series). 0896801322 (ISBN13: 9780896801325).
Anthony Reid and Oki Akira planned the volume, selected the extracts, interviewed some of the authors and took final responsibility for the product. Oki Akira translated the remaining Japanese texts.
Ohio University Monographs in International Studies, Southeast Asia Series, No. 72. Athens, Ohio: Ohio University Center for International Studies, 1986. Pp. xiii, 411. Glossary, Plates, Tables, Maps, Bibliography, Index. The Kenpeitai in Java and Sumatra (Selection from Nihon Kenpei Seishi). By the National Federation of Kenpeitai Veterans Associations (Zenkoku Kenyukai Rengokai Hensan Iinkai). Translated by Barbara Gifford and Guy Hobbs, with an Introduction by Theodore Friend. Ithaca, New York: Cornell Modern Indonesia Project, 1986. iii, 80. Bibliography.
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Although the wartime Japanese military administration of Indonesia was critical to the making of modern Indonesia, it remains shrouded in mystery, in part because of the systematic destruction of records following the Japanese surrender
Although the wartime Japanese military administration of Indonesia was critical to the making of modern Indonesia, it remains shrouded in mystery, in part because of the systematic destruction of records following the Japanese surrender. These excerpts from personal memoirs of individual Japanese soldiers and administrators provide unique glimpses of the occupation-from the Japanese landing on Java and the Dutch surrender, to the independence proclamation in Jakarta, to the violence in Surabaya following the Japanese surrender.
Southeast Asia 1942–1945. The Occupiers’ Experience. First published 2019. The Japanese Occupation of Southeast Asia between 1941 and 1945 brought with it severe food shortages, largely arising from organizational failures and inadequate transportation. the nine essays in this volume examine the situation in food exporting countries such as Burma, Thailand and Vietnam, in food deficit areas such as Malaya, the Philippines and Java, and in Sarawak which was largely self-sufficient.
A Reid, and Oki Akira (eds), The Japanese Experience in Indonesia: Selected Memoirs of 1942–1945 (Athens, OH. .CA Lockard, From Kampung to City: A Social History of Kuching, Malaysia, 1820–1970 (Athens, OH: Ohio University Press, 1987), pp. 155–6.
A Reid, and Oki Akira (eds), The Japanese Experience in Indonesia: Selected Memoirs of 1942–1945 (Athens, OH: Ohio University Press, 1986), p. 16. oogle Scholar. 18. Forced marches imposed on Japanese soldiery and the evacuation of Japanese civilians in Northern Borneo resulted in thousands of fatalities. 24. OOI Keat Gin, Rising Sun over Borneo: The Japanese Occupation of Sarawak, 1941–1945 (London: Palgrave Macmillan, 1999), pp. 25–36.
The Japanese established the Greater East Asia Co-prosperity sphere during the . Reid, Anthony and Oki Akira, ed.
The Japanese established the Greater East Asia Co-prosperity sphere during the Japanese Occupation with the intentions of establishing the concept of Asia for Asians and freeing them from the colonial powers. 1 Due to the poor circumstances that the locals were already feeling at that point of time, the entrance of the Japanese gave them hope as the locals wished to be free from their colonial masters. Indonesia(Clayton: Monash University Centre of Southeast Asian Studies, 1973),25. an aggressive propaganda campaign to build up anti-Western feelings.
In my opinion, this type of memoir is essential if we are to learn from the past
Series: Ohio RIS Southeast Asia Series (Book 98). Paperback: 219 pages. In my opinion, this type of memoir is essential if we are to learn from the past. This generation is aging now and I have great concern that these experiences will be lost to the ages, particularly as the current government and prime minister in Japan are eliminating all mention of these and other atrocities they committed in the war from their text books and education system. Please read this and other memoirs and make sure these events are not forgotten in the same way we do not forget the Holocaust.