Asian Labor in the Wartime Japanese Empire: Unknown Histories

Asian Labor in the Wartime Japanese Empire: Unknown Histories

by Paul H. Kratoska

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ISBN-13: 9780765612632
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Publication date: 12/31/2005
Edition description: New Edition
Pages: 440
Product dimensions: 6.75(w) x 9.75(h) x 0.90(d)

Table of Contents

List of Maps, Photographs, Tables, and Figures; Preface, Paul H. Kratoska; Maps; Introduction, Paul H. Kratoska; List of Abbreviations; 1. Labor Mobilization in Japan and the Japanese Empire, Paul H. Kratoska; 2. Labor Policy and the Construction Industry in Manchukuo: Systems of Recruitment, Management, and Control, David Tucker; 3. Northern Chinese Laborers and Manchukuo, Ju Zhifen; 4. Japan's Korean Soldiers in the Pacific War, Utsumi Aiko; 5. Korean Forced Labor in Japan's Wartime Empire, Naitou Hisako; 6. Total War, Labor Drafts, and Colonial Administration: Wartime Mobilization in Taiwan, 1936-1945, Caroline Ts'ai Hui-yu; 7. "Economic Soldiers" in Java: Indonesian Laborers Mobilized for Agricultural Projects, Shigeru Sato; 8. The Construction of a Railway Line in West Java during the Japanese Occupation: The Road to Hell, Harry A. Poeze; 9. The Heiho during the Japanese Occupation of Indonesia, Kaori Maekawa; 10. Indonesian Romusha and Coolies under Naval Administration: The Eastern Archipelago, 1942-1945, Remco Raben; 11. End of a Forgotten Drama: The Reception and Repatriation of Romusha after the Japanese Capitulation, Henk Hovinga; 12. Labor in the Malay Peninsula and Singapore under Japanese Occupation, Paul H. Kratoska; 13. Malayan Labor on the Thailand-Burma Railway, Nakahara Michiko; 14. Labor Usage and Mobilization during the Japanese Occupation of the Philippines, 1942-1945, Ricardo T. Jose; 15. Working for the Japanese: Working for Vietnamese Independence, 1941-1945, Tran My-Van; 16. The Origin and Development of Military Sexual Slavery in Imperial Japan, Chin-Sung Chung; 17. History, Memory, Compensation, and Reconciliation: The Abuse of Labor along the Thailand-Burma Railway, E. Bruce Reynolds; About the Editor and Contributors; Index

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