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The Militarists: The Rise of Japanese Militarism Since World War II

Discusses the disarmament of Japan after World War II, argues that Japan has been growing more militaristic, and analyzes foreign relations between Japan and the United States

Publisher : Fine,
Published : c1985.
Page : 256 p., [16] p. of plates :
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MARC Information

010 a : LC control number 
84073520 
016 a : Record control number 
BA00151291 
016 2 : Source 
JP-ToKJK 
020 a : ISBN 
0917657179 
040 a : Original cataloging agency 
NII 
041 a : Language code of text/sound track or separate title 
eng 
050 a : Classification No. 
 
082 a : Classification number 
355/.0213/0952 
100 a : Author 
245 a : Title 
The Militarists: The Rise of Japanese Militarism Since World War II 
245 b : Remainder of title 
the rise of Japanese militarism since WW II /  
245 c : Statement of responsibility, etc. 
by Edwin P. Hoyt. 
260 c : Date of publication 
c1985. 
260 a : Place of publication 
New York : 
260 b : Name of publisher 
Fine, 
300 b : Other physical details 
ill.; 
300 c : Dimensions 
25 cm. 
300 a : Total pages 
256 p., [16] p. of plates : 
500 a : General note 
Bibliography: p. 241-245. 
500 a : General note 
Includes index. 
520 a : Description 
Discusses the disarmament of Japan after World War II, argues that Japan has been growing more militaristic, and analyzes foreign relations between Japan and the United States 
650 a : Subject 
651 a : Geographic name 
Japan -- Defenses -- History. 
651 a : Geographic name 
Japan -- Politics and government -- 1945- 
852 a : Location 
JF-Bangkok(FA017222) 
852 b : Sublocation or collection 
852 i : Item part 
355.0213||M2H3 02395 

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