Books review

Japan at War 1931-45: As the Cherry Blossom Falls

The heavy cruiser Haguro under attack at Rabaul on 2 November 1943, showing damage received in the battle of Empress Augusta Bay that morning.

Japan at War 1931-45: As the Cherry Blossom Falls   David McCormack, the author, is a graduated with first class honours in Contemporary Military and International History. He has been a regular contributor of Japan based historical articles to the International Academic Forum’s Eye Magazine and a series of eight articles entitled Japan at War […]

Japan’s Economic Planning and Mobilization in Wartime, 1930s-1940s: A new book

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Recently, Professor yoshiro Miwa has published a new book on the Japan’s Economic Planning and Mobilization in Wartime, 1930s-1940s. This book is interesting because describe in detail not only the war mobilization and strategic plans but also the budget and economic situation that led to the Pacific War. One of the weakest points of Japanese […]