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Anglo-Japanese alienation, 1919-1952 : papers of the Anglo-Japanese Conference on the History of the Second World War / edited by Ian Nish.

By: Anglo-Japanese Conference on the History of the Second World War (1979 : London, England).
Contributor(s): Nish, Ian Hill.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookCall no.: DA47.9.J3 A54 1982Series: International studies (Cambridge University Press): Publication: Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 1982Description: x, 305 p.ISBN: 0521240611 (hbk.); 9780521240611 (hbk.); 9780521136907 (pbk.); 0521136903 (pbk.).Subject(s): World War, 1939-1945 -- Diplomatic history -- Congresses | Great Britain -- Foreign relations -- Japan -- Congresses | Japan -- Foreign relations -- United States
Contents:
Part I. The process of alienation, 1919-41 -- Britain and the United States in Japan's view of the international system, 1919-37 / Hosoya Chihiro -- Japan in Britain's view of the international system, 1919-37 / Ian Nish -- Britain and the United States in Japan's view of the international system, 1937-41 / Hosoya Chihiro -- A consideration of Anglo-Japanese relations : Japanese views of Britain, 1937-41 / Usui Katsumi -- Britain and the opening of the war in Asia, 1937-41 / Peter Lowe -- Part II. The war years, 1941-5 -- Japanese strategy and the Pacific War, 1941-5 / Ikeda Kiyoshi -- Military policy-makers behind Japanese strategy against Britain / Nomura Minoru -- British strategy and the Far Eastern war, 1941-5 / Henry Probert -- Wartime Japanese planning for post-war Asia / Iriye Akira -- Wartime British planning for the post-war Far East / Christopher Thorne -- Part III. Aftermath and conclusions -- From bitter enmity to cold partnership : Japanese views of the United Kingdom, 1945-52 / Watanabe Akio -- Britain's view of post-war Japan, 1945-9 / Gordon Daniels -- Some reflections on the conference from the Japanese side / Hosoya Chihiro -- Work completed and work as yet unborn : some reflections on the conference from the British side / Donald Cameron Watt.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Part I. The process of alienation, 1919-41 -- Britain and the United States in Japan's view of the international system, 1919-37 / Hosoya Chihiro -- Japan in Britain's view of the international system, 1919-37 / Ian Nish -- Britain and the United States in Japan's view of the international system, 1937-41 / Hosoya Chihiro -- A consideration of Anglo-Japanese relations : Japanese views of Britain, 1937-41 / Usui Katsumi -- Britain and the opening of the war in Asia, 1937-41 / Peter Lowe -- Part II. The war years, 1941-5 -- Japanese strategy and the Pacific War, 1941-5 / Ikeda Kiyoshi -- Military policy-makers behind Japanese strategy against Britain / Nomura Minoru -- British strategy and the Far Eastern war, 1941-5 / Henry Probert -- Wartime Japanese planning for post-war Asia / Iriye Akira -- Wartime British planning for the post-war Far East / Christopher Thorne -- Part III. Aftermath and conclusions -- From bitter enmity to cold partnership : Japanese views of the United Kingdom, 1945-52 / Watanabe Akio -- Britain's view of post-war Japan, 1945-9 / Gordon Daniels -- Some reflections on the conference from the Japanese side / Hosoya Chihiro -- Work completed and work as yet unborn : some reflections on the conference from the British side / Donald Cameron Watt.

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