Allied Occupation of Japan

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A&C Black, 2003 - History - 751 pages
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Published to coincide with the 50th anniversary of the end of the American-led Allied Occupation of Japan (1945-52), The Allied Occupation of Japan is a sweeping history of the revolutionary reforms that transformed Japan and the remarkable men and women, American and Japanese, who implemented them.
  

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TAKEMAE EIJI is a political scientist and Professor Emeritus, Tokyo Keizai University. He is considered the doyen of Occupational scholarship in Japan.

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