Military History of Japan

John T. Kuehn

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The legacy of Japanese warfare is steeped in honor, duty, and valor. Yet, some of the more violent episodes in this country's military history have tainted foreign attitudes toward Japan, oftentimes threatening the economic stability of the Pacific region. This book documents Japan's long and stormy history of war and military action, provides a thorough analysis of the social and political changes that have contributed to the evolution of Japan's foreign policy and security decisions, and reveals the truth behind the common myths and misconceptions of this nation's iconic war symbols and events, including samurais, warlords, and kamikaze attacks. Written by an author with military experience and insight into modern-day Japanese culture gained from living in Japan, A Military History of Japan: From the Age of the Samurai to the 21st Century examines how Japan's history of having warrior-based leaderships, imperialist governments, and dictators has shaped the country's concepts of war. It provides a complete military history of Japan-from the beginning of the Imperial institution to the post-Cold War era-in a single volume. This thoughtful resource also contains photos, maps, and a glossary of key Japanese terms to support learning.

Produktfakta

Språk Engelsk Engelsk Innbinding Innbundet
Utgitt 2013 Forfatter John T. Kuehn
Forlag
ABC-CLIO Ltd
ISBN 9781440803932
Antall sider 299 Dimensjoner 15,6cm x 23,5cm x 2,5cm
Vekt 590 gram Leverandør Bertram Trading Ltd