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HILD 12: 20 th -Century East Asia (Spring 2010) Professor Henry Lecture Outline (4-28): Wartime Mobilization in History and Memory I. The Road to Pearl Harbor (continued from 4-26) A. Securing a “Southern Advance ” into Oil-Rich Southeast Asia 1. 1940 Tripartite Pact (Japan, Germany and Italy) 2. Japan’s 1941 Neutrality Pact with the USSR B. US Economic Isolationism and Japanese Adventurism II. From The Chinese Battlefront to the Wartime Empire
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Unformatted text preview: A. The Nanking Massacre (Late 1937-Early 1938) B. The Comfort Woman System (1937-45) III. The War in Late Colonial Korea and Taiwan A. “Imperialization ” (1937-45): Making Colonized Subjects into Loyal “Japanese” 1. Religious Reform: Imposition of State Shintō 2. National Language Movement 3. Name-Changing Campaign 4. Recruitment of Military “Volunteers” and Conscripts IV. The Home Front in Wartime Japan...
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