5 edition of Shocking crimes of postwar Japan found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 310-312).
|LC Classifications||HV7113.5 .S37 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||312 p. :|
|Number of Pages||312|
|LC Control Number||95060910|
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Japan’s crimes against Asian peoples had never been a major issue in the postwar United States, and—with the notable exceptions of former U.S. prisoners of war held by the Japanese—even remembrance of Japanese wartime atrocities against Americans dimmed as years passed. In addition to the central Tokyo trial, various tribunals sitting outside Japan judged some 5, Japanese guilty of war crimes, of whom more than were executed. Japan’s postwar.
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Mark 5/5(4). I first learned about Mark Schreiber's book Shocking Crimes of Postwar Japan () from the bibliography of David Peace's postwar Tokyo-based crime novel Occupied City. The crime that Peace fictionalizes is from the third story in the book, "Enigmatic Bank Poisonings" ()/5. Shocking Crimes of Postwar Japan.
Mark Schreiber. Yenbooks, - History - pages. 1 Review. Mark Schreiber dispels this stereotype with a fascinating book in which he chronicles some of Japan's most astonishing crimes in the half-century since World War II: a bank robbery and murder in which the killings are carried out by poison; the Reviews: 1.
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A really good read. Some of the crimes are indeed shocking but some are just interesting and remain unsolved. By walking through post-war Japan one is able to get a very good sense of where the country was culturally, politically and economically as the decades shifted.5/5.
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