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Articles by Samuel P. Porter

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Samuel P. Porter is a historian of modern Japan and the Imperial Japanese military. He received his Ph.D. in Japanese history from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 2020. His research interests include the troubled demobilization and reintegration of Japanese Second World War veterans, Japan’s colonial empire, depictions of war memory in popular culture and museums, and early state formation in the Japanese isles. He currently divides his time between teaching part-time at George Washington University and raising his son at home.