Historiography of Military Conducts for the Imperial Japanese Army in the Second Sino-Japanese War (1931-1945)
Hirakawa, Daichi M.
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The following paper examines how scholars have conceptualized three different aspects of the war: (1) Japan's aggressive and coordinated approach to avoid a protracted war, (2) the tactics used to counter both Communists and Nationalist forces and, (3) the notion that Japan viewed China as inferior as a reasoning to use horrendous military tactics. All three relate more broadly to Japan's conduct of the war, which has been an ever-present source of contention between Japan, its East Asian neighbors, and the United States for the past 60 years.
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