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Remembering Camp O’Donnell: From Shared Memories to Public History in the Philippines

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Remembering and Forgetting the War Dead at Ryōzen Kannon: A Site of Entangled and Transnational War Memories

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Ambivalence of Identity: Stories of the Japanese War Brides in New Zealand

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

A Japanese Initiative for Peace in the Russia-Ukraine War

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

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

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

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

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Forever Alongside: War Cemeteries as Sites of Enemy Reconciliation