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A Japanese Initiative for Peace in the Russia-Ukraine War


Special Issue: Re-examining Asia-Pacific War Memories: Grief, Narratives, and Memorials (Table of Contents)


Introduction: Re-examining Asia-Pacific War Memories: Grief, Narratives, and Memorials


Building Transnational Memories at Japanese War and Colonial Cemeteries


Forever Alongside: War Cemeteries as Sites of Enemy Reconciliation


Finding the Remains of the Dead: Photographs from a Japanese Mission to New Guinea, 1969-1970


A Hero’s Defeat: Modernization Theory and Japanese Veterans’ Asia-Pacific “War Tales”


War, Trauma, and Humanity in a Japanese Veteran’s New Guinea War Memoir: Ogawa Masatsugu’s “Island of Death” (1969)


Robots, Kamikaze and War Memory: How a Children’s Comic can Help us Rethink Postmemory in Postwar Japan

Japanese Solidarity with U.S.-Occupied Okinawa in the 1950s: Reflections on the Fiftieth Anniversary of the Reversion of Okinawa to Japan

Union City Blues

“Seeking Good Luck” in North Korea

When Violence is No Longer Just Somebody Else’s Pain: Reading Hong Yunshin’s “Comfort Stations” as Remembered by Okinawans During World War II

The Untold Story of Onodera Makoto’s February 1945 Warning of the Coming Soviet Attack

Global Hibakusha

Japan’s Shōwa Restoration Movement: Pawns and Dire Threats

Problems of J. Mark Ramseyer’s “Contracting for Sex in the Pacific War”: On Japan’s Licensed Prostitution Contract System

Ukraine Spring Will be Unusually Cold This Year

The Sado Gold Mine and Japan’s ‘History War’ Versus the Memory of Korean Forced Laborers

Militarism Outguns Democracy in Okinawa Politics