[Rental] Showa and the Japanese: The Essence of Failure (Kadokawa Shinsho)
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Words left behind by the “storytellers of Showa history” Showa history storyteller Kazutoshi Hando discusses Japan's failures during World War II, using his own wartime experiences. Various newspapers' support for withdrawal from the League of Nations, the crushing defeat of the Nomonhan Incident, which was ignored by the Army, and the imperial headquarters' lack of international sensibility. Numerous manuscripts from the author's early days that offer a glimpse of the origins of "historical detectives." The long-awaited reissue of a masterpiece that you want to reread now! 【table of contents】 Chapter 1. War aims of the Empire of Japan The road to war led by newspapers Shigeru Yoshida's hard-line argument against China Imperial Japanese War Objectives Isoroku Yamamoto Feared “Public Folly” Collectivism "Nani in the Pacific War?" Chapter 2 Farewell to the Great Ship Cannon! Nomonhan Incident Syndrome sweet words of roosevelt Will the Navy be the "Good Guy"? Farewell, "Great Ship Cannon"! Tombstone 16,000 ri The unknown Tojo assassination plot Chapter 3 What the "Final Judgment" Appealed Nagaoka Air Raids and Niigata in History The phantom Soviet Union's plan to invade the mainland of Japan “We must leave the emperor system behind.” Stalin's decision to imprisonment in Siberia What the "Final Judgment" Appealed Defeat and "anyway" "immediately" "at least" The road to defeat and Kantaro Suzuki
Number of pages: 216 pagesClick here for detailed information and reviews on Amazon.
Categories: Books, Adults, Business, In Stock August 2023*Book rental period is 4 weeks. Please pick up the item within 5 days after placing the order. Rental days are calculated from the date of receipt.