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A Sudden Rampage: The Japanese Occupation of Southeast Asia

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Tarling (formerly history, U. of Auckland, New Zealand) discusses the Japanese occupation of Southeast Asia during WWII. Topics include, for example, attempts to make peace with the U.S., the ideology of the Greater East Asia Co-Prosperity Sphere, and the ongoing suffering that resulted from the occupation. The political and economic activities of the Japanese in Southeast Asia are analyzed both in general and as they affected each country. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780824824914
  • Publisher: University of Hawaii Press, The
  • Publication date: 9/28/2001
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Pages: 286
  • Product dimensions: 5.80 (w) x 8.60 (h) x 1.00 (d)

Table of Contents

Preface ix
Abbreviations xi
Map xiv
Chapter 1. Equality and Opportunity 1
Japan, Asia and the West 1
The Meiji Restoration 8
Industrialisation 17
Colonial policy 20
The Russo-Japanese War 22
Versailles and Washington 24
Colonial Southeast Asia 30
Chapter 2. Diplomacy and Force 39
Expansionism 39
Konoe Fumimaro 42
The European crisis 45
The phoney war and the fall of France 48
The first move on Indo-China 51
The Burma Road 54
The Kobayashi mission 56
The Tripartite Pact 57
Mediation between French Indo-China and Thailand 61
The Yoshizawa mission 66
Southern Indo-China 68
Negotiations with the United States 72
Chapter 3. War and Peace 80
Pearl Harbor 80
The Thai alliance 83
The Malayan campaign 85
The attack on British Borneo 90
The capture of the Philippines 91
The conquest of Netherlands India 92
The invasion of Burma 95
Midway 100
Thoughts of peace 102
Fighting in the Pacific 104
The coup in Indo-China 108
Imphal 110
Surrender 116
MacArthur and the Philippines 120
The peoples and the war 122
The Indian National Army 123
Chapter 4. Conquest and Liberation 125
Racism and rhetoric 125
The Greater East Asia Co-Prosperity Sphere 128
The guidelines 130
The Ministry of Greater East Asia 133
Independence 138
War and empire 142
Chapter 5. Control and Mobilisation 144
Politics and administration 144
Burma 146
The Philippines 159
Netherlands India 174
Borneo 192
Malaya and Singapore 197
Thailand 204
Indo-China 210
Chapter 6. Demand and Supply 218
Disruption and inflation 218
Earlier patterns 220
Wartime patterns 223
Netherlands India 226
Malaya and Singapore 231
Borneo 235
The Philippines 238
Burma 243
Thailand 246
Indo-China 249
Chapter 7. Memory and Legacy 252
Violence 252
The end of imperialism 256
Reparations 258
Malaya, Singapore and Borneo 259
Netherlands India 263
The Philippines 264
Burma 266
Thailand 266
Vietnam 266
Bibliography 269
Index 279
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