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Tokyo Homes May Sit on World War II Mass Grave

The Ryukyus and Taiwan in the East Asian Seas: A Longue Duree Perspective

Internment Without Charges: Dorothea Lange and the Censored Images of Japanese American Internment

The Ethnic Detective and the Atomic Bomb: A Japanese American Mystery series

Relatives Hunt for Japanese War Dead: Remains of 1.2 Million MIAs Overseas

Perilous Journeys: North Korean Famine and Flight to China and Beyond

The National Politics of the Yasukuni Shrine

From Flags of Our Fathers to Letters From Iwo Jima: Clint Eastwood's Balancing of Japanese and American Perspectives

The Nanjing Massacre. Changing Contours of History and Memory in Japan, China, and the U.S.

Japan's Education Law Reform and the Hearts of Children