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Through Japanese eyes

Author: Otto D Tolischus
Publisher: New York : Reynal & Hitchcock, 1945.
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"This book is an effort to let the Japanese speak for themselves--to let them state their case, explain their aims, expound the political, emotional, and religious imponderables behind their action ... It does claim to give a true presentation of that Japanese ideology which dominates the national life ... And as a presentation of that ideology, the statements here collected, [are] not only of Japan's militarists  Read more...
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Tolischus, Otto D. (Otto David), 1890-
Through Japanese eyes.
New York, Reynal & Hitchcock [1945]
(OCoLC)602136472
Online version:
Tolischus, Otto D. (Otto David), 1890-
Through Japanese eyes.
New York, Reynal & Hitchcock [1945]
(OCoLC)607847159
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Otto D Tolischus
OCLC Number: 840068
Notes: At head of title: Otto D. Tolischus.
"Statements ... not only of Japan's militarists but also of her statesmen and intellectuals."--Foreword.
Description: 5 preliminary leaves, 182 pages ; 20 cm
Contents: Foreword --
Japan's war aims --
Another master race --
The god-emperor --
Emperor of the world --
Hirohito's role --
The plan of world conquest --
Preparation for war --
Appeal to color --
Japanese anti-semitism --
Japanese diplomacy --
The American obstacle --
Britain's self-appointed heir --
China --
Japan's oyster --
"Re-barbarization" --
The Russian enigma --
The tides of war --
The Japanese warrior.
Responsibility: Otto D. Tolischus.

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"This book is an effort to let the Japanese speak for themselves--to let them state their case, explain their aims, expound the political, emotional, and religious imponderables behind their action ... It does claim to give a true presentation of that Japanese ideology which dominates the national life ... And as a presentation of that ideology, the statements here collected, [are] not only of Japan's militarists but also of her statesmen and intellectuals."--Foreword.

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