The Making of Japanese Manchuria 1904-1932 (Harvard East Asian Monographs) Paperback – 2 Sep 2003
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same time enthralling the reader with a tale to compete with a good novel.
Lurking behind the deceptively specialist title of this monograph lies an important and engaging book...In the described historical events, Japan found itself pulled deeper and deeper into a quagmire that led to a disastrous war. Matsusaka uses a chronological approach to examine the roles of the Foreign Ministry, the Army, and the South Manchuria Railway. The result casts great light on a crucial phase of Japanese imperial history while at the same time enthralling the reader with a tale to compete with a good novel.--R. B. Lyman Jr."Choice" (11/01/2001)
About the Author
YOSHIHISA TAK MATSUSAKA is Associate Professor of History at Wellesley College.
Yoshihisa Tak Matsusaka is Associate Professor of History at Wellesley College.
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