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eBook Asian Labor in the Wartime Japanese Empire: Unknown Histories ePub

by Paul H. Kratoska

  • ISBN: 0765612631
  • Category: Humanities
  • Subcategory: Other
  • Author: Paul H. Kratoska
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Routledge (January 2, 2006)
  • Pages: 440
  • ePub book: 1800 kb
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Start by marking Asian Labor in the Wartime Japanese Empire: Unknown Histories: Unknown Histories as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. During the Pacific War the Japanese government used a wide range of methods to recruit workers for construction projects throughout the occupied territories. In this book an international group of specialists on the Occupation period examine the labor needs and the recruitment and use of workers (whether forced, military, or otherwise) throughout the Japanese empire. This is the first study to look at Japanese labor policies comparatively across all the occupied territories of Asia during the war years.

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This is the first study to look at Japanese labor policies comparatively across all the occupied territories of Asia during the war years. It also provides a graphic context for examining Japanese colonialism and relations between the Japanese and the people living in the various occupied territories. Books related to Asian Labor in the Wartime Japanese Empire: Unknown Histories.

Kratoska leads off the collection with an essay on issues involved in labor mobilization across the empire, exploring . Citation: Bill Sewell.

Kratoska leads off the collection with an essay on issues involved in labor mobilization across the empire, exploring general labor needs and policy initiatives. He notes that while many Japanese were motivated to enlist and serve, other Asians were less motivated by the promise of "co-prosperity.

During the Pacific War the Japanese government used a wide range of methods . Korean Forced Labor in Japans Wartime Empire.

During the Pacific War the Japanese government used a wide range of methods to recruit workers for construction projects throughout the occupied territories. Mistreatment of workers was a major grievance, both in widely publicized cases such as the use of prisoners of war and forced Asian labor to construct the Thailand-Burma "Death" Railway, and in a very large number of smaller projects  .

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Asian labor in the wartime Japanese empire: Unknown histories.

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.

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For the Japanese side of the story, it is hard to conclude that Hasegawa has provided a myth-shattering analysis of Japan's surrender. In his conclusion, Hasegawa writes: "this is a story with no heroes but no real villains, either-just men" (p. 302). The fundamental problem with this book is that there is no new story.

During the Pacific War the Japanese government used a wide range of methods to recruit workers for construction projects throughout the occupied territories. Mistreatment of workers was a major grievance, both in widely publicized cases such as the use of prisoners of war and forced Asian labor to construct the Thailand-Burma "Death" Railway, and in a very large number of smaller projects. In this book an international group of specialists on the Occupation period examine the labor needs and the recruitment and use of workers (whether forced, military, or otherwise) throughout the Japanese empire. This is the first study to look at Japanese labor policies comparatively across all the occupied territories of Asia during the war years. It also provides a graphic context for examining Japanese colonialism and relations between the Japanese and the people living in the various occupied territories.