Manchuria under Japanese Dominion (review)

  title={Manchuria under Japanese Dominion (review)},
  author={Suk-Jung Han},
  journal={The Journal of Japanese Studies},
  pages={109 - 114}
  • Suk-Jung Han
  • Published 4 February 2008
  • History, Economics
  • The Journal of Japanese Studies
ends rather abruptly with a brief treatment of the role of the village in imperialism and war (focusing mainly on emigration). Japanese scholars have argued that the war was in fact the culmination of trends that were centered in the countryside: the indoctrination of rural populations into the “emperor-system,” the strains caused by “feudal remnants” in the countryside, the consolidation by the government of a system of rural fascism, and the sense of crisis engendered by the rural depression… 


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