China's good war : how World War II is shaping a new nationalism / Rana Mitter.  (Text) (Text)

Mitter, Rana, 1969-
Call no.: DS777.6 .M57 2020Publication: Cambridge, Massachusetts : The Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, c2020Description: 316 pISBN: 9780674984264 (hbk.); 0674984269 (hbk.)Subject(s): Nationalism and collective memory -- ChinaSino-Japanese War, 1937-1945 -- Public opinionChinese -- AttitudesChina -- HistoriographyChina -- Civilization -- 1949-LOC classification: DS777.6 | .M57 2020
Contents:Introduction: war, memory, and nationalism in China -- Hot war, cold war : China's conflicts, 1937-1978 -- History wars : how historical research shaped China's politics -- Memory, nostalgia, subversion : how China's public sphere embraced World War II -- Old memories, new media : wartime history online and onscreen -- From Chongqing to Yan'an : regional memory and wartime identity -- The Cairo Syndrome : World War II and China's contemporary international relations -- Conclusion: China's long postwar.
Summary: "Once sidelined from public memory, World War II is now a historical touchstone in China. Rana Mitter links the reassessment of the war to China's rising nationalism. At home, Chinese use the war to shape conflicted identities; abroad the war with Japan is now treated as a Chinese victory, a founding myth for a people destined to shape the global order".
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Introduction: war, memory, and nationalism in China -- Hot war, cold war : China's conflicts, 1937-1978 -- History wars : how historical research shaped China's politics -- Memory, nostalgia, subversion : how China's public sphere embraced World War II -- Old memories, new media : wartime history online and onscreen -- From Chongqing to Yan'an : regional memory and wartime identity -- The Cairo Syndrome : World War II and China's contemporary international relations -- Conclusion: China's long postwar.

"Once sidelined from public memory, World War II is now a historical touchstone in China. Rana Mitter links the reassessment of the war to China's rising nationalism. At home, Chinese use the war to shape conflicted identities; abroad the war with Japan is now treated as a Chinese victory, a founding myth for a people destined to shape the global order".

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