AUTHORHoyt, Edwin P.
TITLEJapan’s War
PUBLISHERMcGraw-Hill Publishing Company
CITYNew York, NY

This book documents the history of Japanese military aggression and anti-Western sentiment from the opening of Japan to the West in 1853 to 1952 when the post-World War II peace treaty between Japan and the United States came into effect. The author provides detailed reasons for Japan’s attack on its Asian neighbors and on the United States fleet at Pearl Harbor. The book ties Japanese culture and beliefs in with its history, and it gives both Japanese and American viewpoints. Appendices contain original Japanese documents, including both Japan’s imperial and modern constitutions.

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