Ways of Forgetting, Ways of Remembering

Ways of Forgetting, Ways of Remembering

Japan in the Modern World

Book - 2012
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John Dower is a leading historian on modern Japan. These new reflections look at key 20th century moments in relations between the US and Japan, focusing on Japanese perceptions of the US: how the Japanese saw Hiroshima, American occupation and changes in their lives. Readers also catch a glimpse of Japanese attitudes towards their war crimes. Finally, Dower offers blistering comments on George W. Bush's attempts to justify the invasion of Iraq by citing Dower's own work.
Publisher: New York : New Press, c2012.
Branch Call Number: 940.5352 DOW
Characteristics: viii, 324 p. :,ill. ;,24 cm.
Notes: Includes bibliographical references (p. [270]-306) and index.


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