9781901903621

Japanese Propaganda

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    9781901903621

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    1901903621

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  • Copyright: 2005-02-01
  • Publisher: Global Oriental
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Summary

The books in this collection highlight the main planks of Japan s propaganda platform merits and flaws in her case in the Meiji period. She needed to make her case to the West and did so in a series of pamphlets written by Japanese and sympathetic Westerners.Co-published with Edition Synapse, Tokyo. NO SALES RIGHTS IN JAPAN

Table of Contents

Foreword xiii
Ian Nish
General Introduction 1(1)
Peter O'Connor
VOLUME 1: PRESENTING THE NATION, 1912--37
A Literary Legend: `The Oriental'
1(8)
WM. Eliot Griffis
The Duty of Japan towards Asia, In her Self-Interest
9(8)
Sehchi Sakuma
Is Japan A Menace To Asia?
17(146)
Taraknath Das
Tong Shao-Yi
Tokutomi Hchiro
The Dawn Over Asia
163(112)
Paul Richard
The Outline of Labour Conditions in Japan
275(8)
Kyocho-Kai
Eternal Japan
283(66)
Tomoenosuke Chigaku Tanaka
Japan's Conflict with The Evil of Bolshevism in The Far East
349
Kokusai Shiso Kenkyukai
VOLUME 2: TO OUR AMERICAN FRIENDS I, 1891--1922
A Speech on the Revision of Treaties with Japan to Western Nations
1(42)
Ozawa Shotaro
The Situation in the Far East
43(44)
Kaneko Kentaro
Japan in Manchuria -- I
87(32)
Asakawa Kanichi
Japan in Manchuria -- II
119(36)
Asakawa Kanichi
The Manchurian Conventions
155(16)
Asakawa Kanichi
Japan in South Manchuria
171(28)
Iyenaga Toyokichi
The Evolution of Japanese Diplomacy
199(14)
Honda Masujiro
A Survey of the Japanese Question in California
213(16)
J. Soyeda
T. Kamiya
Japan's Real Attitude toward America
229(104)
Okuma Shigenobu
Toyokichi Iyenaga
R. Ichinomiya
Joseph I.C. Clarke
Sidney L. Gulick
Dr. R. B. Teusler
Russell Dilkes
C. Ohira
Japan and China, 1917
333(28)
Viscount Motono
Dr. Paul S. Reinsch
Baron Shibusawa
Lindsay Russell
Judge E. H. Gary
Julean H. Arnold
William H. Williams
W. F. Carey
Anson W. Burchard
Growth of Liberalism in Japan
361(28)
Miyaoka Tsunejiro
Welcome to the League of Nations
389(44)
Shimada Samuro Isaburoj
Critical Observation on The Washington Conference
433
Katsuizumi Sotokichi
VOLUME 3: SELLING LATE IMPERIALISM, 1904--39
Russia and Japan
1(30)
Suyematsu Kencho
Port Arthur: Its Past, Present and Future
31(82)
Sakuma Gen
Sixth Annual Report on Education in Formosa, 1907
113(166)
Report of The Ladies' Charity Society of Formosa
279(42)
Takagi Tomoe
Nagao Hampei
Japan's Annexation of Korea
321(26)
Toyokichi Iyenaga
Recent Progress in Korea
347(206)
Chosen and Among Its People: Extempore Speech by Governor-General Ugaki
553(28)
Ugaki Kazushige
The other side of the Korean question: fresh light on some important factors
581(40)
Frank Herron Smith
The Open Door Under New Order
621
Sekine Goompey
VOLUME 4: THE STRUGGLE WITH INTERNATIONALISM, 1931--33
Japan in Manchuria and Mongolia
1(18)
Outstanding Issues in Manchuria and Mongolia
19(36)
Anti-Foreign Education in China
55(30)
Manchurian Emergency
85(34)
Zumoto Motosada
Further Military Operations
119(80)
The Shanghai Affair
199(42)
The Origin and History of the Anti-Japanese Movement in China
241(114)
Fightings Around Shanghai
355(54)
Lytton Commission on China and Manchuria
409(26)
Sino-Japanese Entanglements, 1931--1932 (A Military Record)
435(48)
Zumoto Motosada
Hugh Bays
Frazier Hunt
Araki Sadao
The Sino-Japanese Conflict: The Situation Reviewed by American and British Editors in China
483(34)
Trebitsch Lincoln
The Shanghai Incident Misrepresented: Shanghai Editors Draw Attention to Incorrect Reports in American Newspapers
517(12)
Shanghai Incident
529
George Bronson Rea
H. G. W. Woodhead
Harry Archibald
VOLUME 5: THE BIRTH OF A NATION, 1931--34
A Review on Sino-Japanese Clashes in Manchuria
1(56)
Anonymous
Manchukuo. Back to First Principles! Address delivered by George Bronson Rea, counsellor to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Government of Manchukuo, before an assembly in the Hall of the Athenee at Geneva, on October 14, 1932.
57(42)
George Bronson Rea
The Voice of the People of Manchoukuo
99(46)
Freedom -- Manchuria's Plea for Independence
145(36)
George Gorman
Economic Construction Program of Manchukuo
181(18)
Manchoukuo: Handbook of Information
199(212)
The Manchurian Arena: An Australian View of the Far East Conflict
411
F. M. Cutlack
VOLUME 6: THE RETREAT FROM INTERNATIONALISM, 1932--39
An Outline of the Manchurian problem
1(28)
The Manchurian Question: Japan's Case in the Sino-Japanese Dispute as Presented before the League of Nations
29(168)
Comments on John Bassett Moore's Discussion with reference to Manchurian Incident, Embargo and neutrality, `Aggressor,' Kellogg Pact, League, American `Birthright,' etc.
197(86)
Hishida Seiji
The Underlying Factors of Japan's Foreign policy: A resume of Albert E. Hindmarsh's `The Basis of Japanese Foreign Policy' [1936] compiled by Naoshi Shimanouchi
283(34)
Albert Edward Hindmarsh
Shimanouchi Naoshi
The Truth Behind the Sino-Japanese Crisis: Japan Acts to Keep Eastern Civilisation Safe for the World
317(154)
Vere Redman
Frank Hedges
H. G. W. Woodhead
Relman Morin
Walter Schmidt
Dr. Giles Campbell
Mizuno Kyosuke
Kameyama Musen
Himeno Tokuichi
Tato Kumeshiro
Japan's Diplomacy: Its Aims and Principles
471
Arita Hachiro
VOLUME 7: FROM THE MIDDLE GROUND, 1936--38
The Significance of the China Affair
1(32)
Ohta Sabroh
Japan and World Resources
33(50)
Takahashi Seizaburo
Social Policy in Japan
83(38)
Hirao Yagoro
Japan's Agrarian Problems
121(44)
Kimura Magohachiro
Why the Fighting in Shanghai
165(76)
Anonymous
Politics and Political Parties in Japan
241(56)
Hzawa Shoji
Labour Movement in Japan
297(32)
Kohno Mitsu
Education in Japan
329(58)
Yamashita Tokuji
An Outline of the Japanese Press
387(54)
Hayasaka Jiro
How the North China affair arose
441
H. Toyoshima
VOLUME 8: FROM THE CHINA QUAGMIRE, 1937--38
The China Incident and Manchoukuo
1(22)
What is involved in the North China Situation?
23(32)
China Incident and Japan
55(62)
Japan's Position in the Conflict
Japan's Economic Strength
Japan's Internal Reaction
Japanese Spirit in Full Bloom: A Collection of Episodes
117(68)
Communist Plottings in the Far East
185(30)
North China in Transition
215(40)
North China As Seen by Foreigners
255(88)
Vere Redman
Lewis Bush
Percy Whiteing
Percy Noel
Zoe Kincaid
Newton Edgers
Denarius Dean
John N. Penlington
1938: Observations in North China.: Writer describes tour of provinces & reveals Work of Reconstruction
343
Anonymous
VOLUME 9: TO OUR AMERICAN FRIENDS II, 1934--38
Kodo Diplomacy of Japan: On American-Japanese Problems and Naval Conference
1(76)
Shiunso
The Case for Japan: Neutral Views on the Sino-Japanese Conflict
77(90)
Hamilton Butler
Herbert H. Gowen
Frederick V. Williams
Lillian Shively Rice
H. G. W. Woodhead
The Case for Japan: A Dispassionate Study
167(26)
Herbert H. Gowen
There Is No Halfway Neutrality
193(36)
Ralph Townsend
The High Cost of Hate
229(66)
Ralph Townsend
Shall we fight Japan?
295(34)
China: Fiction and Fact
329(54)
David Warren Ryder
China, Japan and the Open Door
383(34)
Red Cloud over China
417
VOLUME 10: TO OUR AMERICAN FRIENDS III, 1938--39
Far East Fundamentals
1(38)
Manchuria -- Past and Present
39(32)
What is China?
71(38)
Behind the Conflict in Asia
109(38)
David Warren Ryder
America's Stake in China
147(40)
Shanghai and the International settlement
187(42)
Russia's Role in China
229

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