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by Haruko Taya Cook

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Haruko Taya Cook
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This oral history is the first book to capture - in either Japanese or English - the experience of ordinary Japanese during the wa.

This oral history is the first book to capture - in either Japanese or English - the experience of ordinary Japanese during the war. In a sweeping panorama, Haruko Taya Cook & Theodore F. Cook go from the Japanese attacks on China in the '30s to the Japanese home front during the inhuman This "deeply moving book" (Studs Terkel) portrays the Japanese experience of WWII. Cook go from the Japanese attacks on China in the '30s to the Japanese home front during the inhuman raids on Tokyo, Hiroshima & Nagasaki, offering the first glimpses of how the 20th century's most deadly conflict affected the lives of the population.

She is author of Japan at War: An Oral History and has published extensively on war and the common people of Japan and Asia during the 20th Century.

The stories recorded in Japan at War provide insight into the confounding complexity of extreme human behavior during . Haruko Taya Cook is Fordham Marymount Professor Emerita in history at Marymount College of Fordham University.

The stories recorded in Japan at War provide insight into the confounding complexity of extreme human behavior during the wa. -San Francisco Chronicle. Hereafter no one will be able to think, write, or teach about the Pacific War without reference to work. Marius B. Jansen, Princeton University. She lives in New York City. Theodore F. Cook is a professor of Japanese history at William Paterson University. He lives in New York City.

An oral history of Japan during World War II recounts this terrible conflict through the eyes of the Japanese-soldiers, laborers, newspapermen, artists, musicians . by Haruko Taya Cook and Theodore F. Cook.

An oral history of Japan during World War II recounts this terrible conflict through the eyes of the Japanese-soldiers, laborers, newspapermen, artists, musicians,. Select Format: Hardcover.

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In a sweeping panorama, Haruko Taya and Theodore Cook take us from the .

In a sweeping panorama, Haruko Taya and Theodore Cook take us from the Japanese attacks on China in the 1930s to the Japanese home front during the devastating raids on Tokyo, Hiroshima and Nagasaki, offering the first glimpses of how this violent conflict affected the lives of ordinary Japanese people. oceedings{Falk1992JapanAW, title {Japan at War: An Oral History. author {Stanley L. Falk and Haruko Taya and T. F. Cook}, year {1992} }.

by Japanese soldiers, laborers, journalists, artists, musicians, and women who lived through World War II.

Japan at War : An Oral History, Paperback by Cook, Haruko Taya; Cook, Theodore . ISBN 1565840399, ISBN-13 9781565840393, Brand New, Free P&P in the UK Recounts the conflict and documents the huge range of experiences by Japanese soldiers, laborers, journalists, artists, musicians, and women who lived through World War II.

At sixty-two, she is one of the youngest survivors of the Himeyuri Student Corps. THE WAR COMES HOME T/'OKINAW~ I 355 In February 1945,just before I was mobilized/I went home to say farewell. A retired school teacher, she spends much of her time these days answering questions from visitors to the museum. Okinawa prefecture had a population of approximately 570,000 in 1945, about 80, 000 of whom had been evacuated from the island by the time the battle officially began on April 1, 1945.