7 edition of To the Ends of Japan found in the catalog.
by University of Hawaii Press
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||337|
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To the Ends of Japan tackles the big questions on Japan by focusing on its borders, broadly defined to include historical frontiers and boundaries within the islands themselves as well as the obvious coastlines and oceans.4/5(1).
To the Ends of Japan by Bruce L. Batten,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.3/5(2). David Williams is a leading thinker on the Orient and a preeminent expert on the wartime Kyoto School. He is the author of Japan: Beyond the End of History (), Japan and the Enemies of Open Political Science () and Defending Japan's Pacific War: The Kyoto Philosophers and Post-white Power () and The Left in the Shaping of Japanese Democracy ().4/5.
This book brings out the fact that the Japanese government prior to the end of the war was a complex web of competing forces and interests, and it was very difficult for it to reach a consensus on a matter so momentous, and which so cut against the grain, as the decision to surrender/5().
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