Nationalisms in Japan

  title={Nationalisms in Japan},
  author={Naoko Shimazu},
Introduction Naoko Shimazu 1. Japanese National Doctrines in International Perspective Erica Benner 2. Reading the Diaries of Japanese Conscripts: Forging National Consciousness during the Russo-Japanese War Naoko Shimazu 3. Internationalism and Nationalism: Anti-western Sentiments of Japanese Foreign Policy Debates, 1918-1922 Harumi Goto-Shibata 4. Japanese Nationalist Extremism 1921-1941 in Historical Perspective Stephen S. Large 5. The Making of Ainu Moshiri: Japan's Indigenous Nationalism… 
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