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Japan and Britain at War and Peace






Edited by
Hugo Dobson and
Kosuge Nobuko

Contents
List of figures ix
List of contributors x
Preface and acknowledgements xiii
A note on the text xv
List of abbreviations and acronyms xvi
Introduction 1
HUGO DOBSON AND KOSUGE NOBUKO
PART I
At war 9
1 Ebb and flow: the British at war with the Japanese 11
C. G. H. DUNLOP
2 Britain’s strategy in World War II and reconciliation with its
former enemies 25
PHILIP TOWLE
3 Why did the Japanese army abuse Allied prisoners of war?
The primary historical and structural causes 39
KUROSAWA FUMITAKA
4 Neither pro-British nor pro-Japanese: how the Burmese
political elite reacted under British and Japanese rule 51
NEMOTO KEI
PART II
At peace 67
5 British–Japanese dilemmas in South East Asia after 1945 69
6 The Tokyo Trials and British–Japanese reconciliation: the question
of tu quoque, political oblivion and British prisoners of war 82
KOSUGE NOBUKO
7 Peacemaking and after: Anglo–Japanese relations and Japan’s
re-entry into international society 97
KIBATA YōICHI
8 Post-war Japanese intellectuals’ perspectives on reconciliation
between British and Japanese soldiers over the war in Burma:
the case of Takeyama Michio and Harp of Burma 112
BABA KIMIHIKO
9 Anglo–Japanese economic and military relations, 1945–1960 125
JOHN WESTE
10 Reconciliation: the broader context 137
CAROLINE ROSE
11 Reporting the fiftieth and sixtieth anniversaries of the end of
World War II: less fear and loathing in the UK press towards Japan? 151
HUGO DOBSON
12 Japan–UK relations in the global context 166
REINHARD DRIFTE
Conclusion 178
HUGO DOBSON AND KOSUGE NOBUKO
Index 185

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