Young, Arthur Morgan

Imperial Japan : 1926-1938 / A. Morgan Young. - London ; New York : Routledge/Taylor & Francis Group, 2013, c1938. - 328 p. - Routledge library editions : Japan ; v. 54 . - Routledge library editions : Japan ; v. 54 .

A new era -- The financial crisis of 1927 -- Tanaka and Japan’s Manchuria policy -- The proletariat votes -- The murder of Chang Tso-Lin -- Liberalism’s last effort -- The Manchurian background -- The gathering of the clouds -- The breaking of the storm -- The taking of Manchuria -- Japan acts while the council talks -- The end of democracy in Japan -- The new state of Manchukuo -- The highest form of patriotism -- The horror of Shanghai -- The gallant fight of Ma Chan-Shan -- The art of recognition -- The Manchurian aftermath -- Saito and the spending policy -- Trials extraordinary -- Japan’s aegis over the mainland -- The boom in manufacture -- Japan’s new empire -- The deterioration of thought -- The Far East and Eastern Asia -- Uneasy nationalism -- Bigger and better murders -- The sun goddess extends her kingdom.

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