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Japan"s real attitude toward America

T. Iyenaga

Japan"s real attitude toward America

a reply to Mr. George Bronson Rea"s "Japan"s place in the sun"-the menace to America."

by T. Iyenaga

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Published by Putnam in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Rea, George Bronson, -- 1869-1936.,
  • Japan -- Foreign relations -- United States.,
  • United States -- Foreign relations -- Japan.

  • The Physical Object
    Pagination94 p.
    Number of Pages94
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17766424M

    The most profound cause of anti-Japanese sentiment outside of Asia had its beginning in the attack on Pearl Harbor, as it propelled the United States into World War Americans were unified by the attack to fight against the Empire of Japan and its allies, the German Reich and the Kingdom of Italy.. The bombing of Pearl Harbor by Japan on the neutral United States without warning and the. Historically, cultural attitudes towards suicide in Japan have been described as "tolerant", with certain types of suicides being considered honorable, especially during military service. For example, seppuku was a form of ritual suicide by self-disembowelment practiced mainly by samurai to avoid dishonor, such as after defeat in battle or.

    Although the Dutch have generally held a favorable attitude toward America, there were negative currents in the aftermath of World War II as the Dutch blamed American policy as the reason why their colonies in Southeast Asia were able to gain independence. They credit their rescue from the Nazis in –45 to the Canadian Army.   Henry Luce’s essay “The American Century” is referenced to open the concluding chapter of Japan in the American Century, Kenneth Pyle’s recent book charting the history of U.S.-Japan ’s essay, written in to try to shake Americans out of their isolationism, uses evocative, almost spiritual language to urge Americans to “do their mysterious work of lifting the life.

      Japan's Attitude Towards the World War is an article from The Journal of Race Development, Volume 8. View more articles from The Journal of Race. I don't think there is a single American attitude towards the Japanese. When I was younger in tyhe 80's, there was a strong fear and distrust of Japan (not unlike what we are experiencing with.


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