The victim as hero: ideologies of peace and national identity in postwar Japan

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University of Hawai'i Press, 2001 - 271 ページ
Since World War II "victim consciousness" (higaisha ishiki) has been an essential component of Japanese pacifist national identity. In his meticulously crafted narrative and analysis, James Orr reveals how postwar Japanese elites and American occupying authorities collaborated to structure the parameters of remembrance of the war, including the notion that the emperor and his people had been betrayed and duped by militarists. Fluently written and flawlessly executed, The Victim as Hero will contribute greatly to the discourses on nationalism and war responsibility in Japan.

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Leaders and Victims
14
Hiroshima and Yuiitsu no hibakukoku
36
Educating a PeaceLoving People
71
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