The social history of occupied Japan: 1: some sources and problems, 2: British writings on Japanese history
AbstractDr Gordon Daniels, Reader in History at the University of Sheffield, presented his paper on the Social History of Occupied Japan at a one-day workshop on the Teaching of Japanese Economic and Social History, held at the Suntory-Toyota International Centre on 16 May 1990. We are grateful to Dr Daniels for allowing us to reproduce his paper here. The bibliography of British writings on Japanese history was compiled in responde to a request for informtion from Professor Haruko Wakita.
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Bibliographic InfoPaper provided by London School of Economics and Political Science, Department of Economic History in its series Economic History Working Papers with number 6922.
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