LECTURE: Ryan Schultz, “Mutual Defense”: Ideology of Empire in the Manchukuo Army

* This event is co-sponsored by the Yokosuka Asia-Pacific Group and Institute of Contemporary Asian Studies (ICAS). It's taking place in Yokosuka and RSVP is encouraged.
 

“Mutual Defense”: Ideology of Empire in the Manchukuo Army
 

Date:

Thursday, Nov 30, 2017

Pearl Harbor: Historical Note to Beginning of Pacific War, WW II

Just posted photos history from Col. Hunt[USMC] participation in WW II, Vietnam and Korea does serve as basis for forwarding of this historical note, picture, concerning the opening of WW II in the Pacific at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii.

Asia-Pacific War Studies Project (APWAR): Summer Workshop 2017–Discovering “Dai-Nippon”: memory, place and the politics of identity–

This two-day workshop will examine the complex—often controversial—issue of public memory in post-war Japan. Day 1 explores the roles of haunting and narrative in the production of sites of memory and includes visits to Aoyama Cemetery and Yasukuni Shrine. Day 2 focuses on wartime visual and material culture, including the screening of wartime films and an interactive lecture. These tours and screening will be followed by critical reflections, facilitated by cultural geographers, film studies specialists and historians.

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/

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

I am a Belgian writer and historian, writing in Dutch. After my book Congo: The Epic History of A People which was translated in several languages, I am currently working on a book on the decolonization of Indonesia between 1930 and 1955.

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