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Ruth Benedict's Obituary for Japanese Culture

Exhibiting World War II in Japan and the United States

The Decision to Risk the Future: Harry Truman, the Atomic Bomb and the Apocalyptic Narrative

The Road to Peace in Northeast Asia - Prospects and Pitfalls

The Atomic Bombs and the Soviet Invasion: What Drove Japan's Decision to Surrender?

People's Diplomacy: The Japan-China Friendship Association and Critical War Memory in the 1950s

Lee Hak Rae, the Korean Connection and "Japanese" War Crimes on the Burma-Thai Railway

Essential Ingredients of Truth: Japanese Soldiers' Diaries in the Asia Pacific War

Fishing. Western, Japanese and Islander Perceptions of Ecology and Modernization in the Pacific

Passage of H.Res. 121 on "Comfort Women", the US Congress and Historical Memory in Japan