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TWO NEW TENURED POSITIONS AT KYUSHU UNIVERSITY

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Response: Japanese veterans of military administration of Indonesia (1942-1945) still alive?

Hello David,

I notice that there have been no replies to your query yet so I thought I would offer an attempt.

Here is the official veterans group for the former Japanese Army: http://www.kaikosha.or.jp/

Here is the official veterans group for both the former Navy and the JSDF: https://suikoukai-jp.com/suikoukai/

Here is the government-run museum for preserving the oral testimonies of war veterans: http://www.shokeikan.go.jp/

Journal: Monumenta Nipponica 71:2 now available

Dear list members,

The new issue of Monumenta Nipponica is now available and should be a good read for your travels back home from the AAS in Toronto.

https://muse.jhu.edu/journal/308

The issue carries Heather Blair’s discussion of the Heian-period Sutra on Transforming Women into Buddhas, the second installment of Steven Carter’s translation of Oi no susami by the renga paragon Sōgi, and twenty-some book reviews on discussions of topics from Shōtoku Taishi to current political issues.

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