New Perspectives on the Japanese Occupation of Malaya and Singapore 1941-1945
Akashi Yoji & Yoshimura Mako
This collection of articles adopts a new appraoch to the history of the period, i.e. using primary sources in Japanese, interviewing Japanese military and civilians who were part of the occupying force and Malaysians and Singaporeans who lived through the period. The contents of the 296 pages include articles on the Nanyo Kokai and British Malaya and Singapore 1915-1945, Colonel Watanabe Wataru, the architect of the Malayan Military Administration, Leaders of the Malayan Communist Party During the Anti-Japanese War, Japans' Economic Policy for Occupied Malaya, Railway Operations in Japanese Occupied Malaya, Japanese Research Activities in Malaya/Syonan, The Civilian Women's Internment Camp in Singapore, Surrendering Syonan & the Massacre of Chinese in Singapore and its Coverage in Postwar Japan.
Weight: 0.5kg. Post free within Malaysia
Published by: University of Singapore Press, Singapore, 2008.
Condition: New. Paperback