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Japanese economic development of Manchuria, 1932 to 1945. by Ramon H. Myers

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Published by University Microfilms in Ann Arbor .
Written in English


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Photocopy of thesis (Ph.D.) - University of Washington, 1959.

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This incremental empire-building and its effect on Japan are the focuses of this book. The principal agency in the piecemeal growth of Japanese colonization was the South Manchurian Railway Company, and by the mids Japan had a deeply entrenched presence in Manchuria and exercised a dominant economic and political influence over the by: To submit an update or takedown request for this paper, please submit an Update/Correction/Removal : Ramon Hawley Myers. In this history of Japanese involvement in northeast China, the author argues that Japan's military seizure of Manchuria in September was founded on three decades of infiltration of the area. This incremental empire-building and its effect on Japan are the focuses of this book. The Price: $ Focusing on the domestic impact of Japan's activities in Northeast China between and , Young considers "metropolitan effects" of empire building: how people at home imagined and experienced the empire they called ry to the conventional assumption that a few army officers and bureaucrats were responsible for Japan's.

This incremental empire-building and its effect on Japan are the focuses of this book. The principal agency in the piecemeal growth of Japanese colonization was the South Manchurian Railway Company, and by the mids Japan had a deeply entrenched presence in Manchuria and exercised a dominant economic and political influence over the area. Army invades Manchuria (N.E. China) and creates a puppet state () Withdrawal from the League of Nations over Manchuria Japan-Germany-Italy TripartiteAxis formed (in steps) A total war with China begins The Pacific War begins Japan is defeated and occupied by US forces (until ). The Making of Japanese Manchuria, (Harvard East Asian Monographs, ) Mitter, Rana. The Manchurian Myth: Nationalism, Resistance, and Collaboration in Modern China (). Sun, Kungtu C. The economic development of Manchuria in the first half of the twentieth century (Havard U.P. , ), pages search text. 22 For further discussion of the PMR, see Kia-ngau, Chang, China's Struggles for Railroad Development (New York: The John Day, ), passim; The Manchuria Year Book, –, pp. – ; The Manchukuo Year Book, , pp. –; The Railway Yearbook, pp. –

Manchuria and the South Manchuria railway company, by Henry W. Kinney The Japanese economic development of Manchuria, / by Ramon H. Myers Nichi-Man Aaisei Keizal Kenkyukai shiryo. Wolford, Scott War and diplomacy on the world stage: Crisis bargaining before third parties. Journal of Theoretical Politics, Vol. 32, Issue. 2, p. Natalizia, Gabriele and Termine, Lorenzo Tracing the modes of China's revisionism in the Indo-Pacific: a comparison with pre For information on the value and type of foreign capital according to use in Manchuria, see the neglected classic by Amano Motonosuke, “Manshū keizai no hattatsu” (”The development of the Manchurian economy”), Mantetsu Chōsa Geppō, 7 (07 ), pp. 1 – Exploring the history of Japanese imperialism in Manchuria, from the acquisition of a railway concession following the Russo-Japanese War of , to the founding of the puppet state of Manchoukuo in , this text evolves the aims, strategies, and meanings of Japanese empire-building in .