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Konoye Fumimaro and Japanese foreign policy, 1937-1941

Chonghan Kim

Konoye Fumimaro and Japanese foreign policy, 1937-1941

by Chonghan Kim

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Published by University Microfilms in Ann Arbor .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Fumimaro, Konoye.

  • Edition Notes

    Thesis (Ph.D.) - Indiana University, 1956.

    SeriesDoctoral dissertation series -- 17964
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 microfilm reel
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22449055M

    (The Memoirs of Prince Fumimaro Konoye, published in , tend to support this suspicion, particularly Konoye’s accounts therein of General Togo’s statements at critical meetings.) 3) Grew’s analysis, views and recommendations submitted to Washington during the summer and fall of were wholly sound. Duke Konoe Atsumaro (近衛 篤麿, Aug – January 1, ) was a Japanese politician and journalist of the Meiji era. He served as the 3rd President of the House of Peers and 7th President of the Gakushūin Peer's School in Meiji period was also the father of Prime Minister Fumimaro : Aug , Kyoto, Japan.

      A translation from the Japanese is Oka Yoshitake, Konoe Fumimaro. I haven't read this book, but Kazuo Yagami, Konoe Fumimaro and the Failure of Peace in Japan, is a relatively new book (). The Yagami book is not very good. In English, probably the best book about Japanese politics in wartime is Gordon Berger, Parties Out of Power. Japan’s move into French Indochina had created a sense that the Japanese Empire was at the end of the line in its war configuration. Inside the Japanese government was a powerful faction led by Prime Minister Fumimaro Konoye that desperately wanted to avoid war with the United States. The pro-Anglo-Saxon camp included the Japanese Navy.

      Contested Memories in Chinese and Japanese Foreign Policy. p. CrossRef; Google Scholar; Patalano, Alessio T., Konoe Fumimaro (Tokyo, Great Britain and the Origins of the Pacific War—A Study of British Policy in East Asia – (Oxford, ), pp. 6 Cited by: 2. Origins. With a more aggressive foreign policy, and victory over China in the First Sino-Japanese War and over Imperial Russia in the Russo-Japanese War, Japan joined the Western imperialist need for a strong military to secure Japan's new overseas empire was strengthened by a sense that only through a strong military would Japan earn the respect of Western nations, and thus.


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Konoe Fumimaro, in full Konoe Fumimaro, Kōshaku (prince) Konoe also spelled Konoye, (born OctoTokyo, Japan—died DecemTokyo), political leader and prime minister of Japan (–39, –41), who tried unsuccessfully to restrict the power of the military and to keep Japan’s war with China from widening into a world conflict.

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Japan's foreign policy and those discussing Japanese policies of other powers. The distinction is, however, at best superficial and many identical stories are told twice. Even with respect to the sections dealing with Japanese policy, one wonders, as will be noted, if some of them might not profitably have been combined to avoid repetition.

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