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Articles by Mark Ealey

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Mark Ealey is a New Zealand-based freelance translator specialising in Japanese foreign relations. In recent years he has focussed on Okinawan affairs, with his most recent publication being Descent into Hell - Civilian Memories of the Battle of Okinawa, a joint work with the late Alastair McLauchlan. Descent into Hell was his seventh book-length translation and his fourth work of non-fiction. He has also translated three historical novels written by Yoshimura Akira.