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A social basis for prewar Japanese militarism : the army and the rural community

Author: Richard J Smethurst
Publisher: Berkeley : University of California Press, [1974]
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"The major part of this study will be based on data collected in a number of rural communities? Discussions of the activities of the army?s organizations in these communities will be presented as case studies of the military?s efforts at the socialization of civilians. The local materials are drawn from a collection of unpublished Anj? materials, from interview and questionnaire information? and from a few local  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Richard J Smethurst
ISBN: 0520025520 9780520025523
OCLC Number: 1215192
Description: xxi, 202 pages ; 25 cm
Contents: Yamagata Ariomo, Tanaka Giichi and the founding of the Reservist Association --
The Army, youth, and women --
The Army, the hamlet, and the village : the structure and membership of the organizations --
The local leadership and financing of the organizations --
The activities of the four organizations.
Responsibility: Richard J. Smethurst.

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"The major part of this study will be based on data collected in a number of rural communities? Discussions of the activities of the army?s organizations in these communities will be presented as case studies of the military?s efforts at the socialization of civilians. The local materials are drawn from a collection of unpublished Anj? materials, from interview and questionnaire information? and from a few local youth association histories? The interviews and questionnaires are especially important because of the dearth of other local documentation; many of the materials that were not destroyed by American strategic bombing were burned by order of the reserve association?s national headquarters in August, 1945, or were sold as wastepaper after the war "--Page xix.

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