Nan_y_: The Rise and Fall of the Japanese in Micronesia, 1885-1945 (Google eBook)

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University of Hawaii Press, 1992 - History - 382 pages
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Contents

From Ripple to Riptide
6
Taguchi Ukichi Teiken 18551905
17
Mori Koben wife Isa and children
32
Naval District Headquarters Jaluit Atoll Marshall Islands c 1918
65
Headquarters South Seas Government Koror Palau Islands
70
Trukese seinendan and Japanese officials c 1930
72
Departure of the governor and naval officials from the South Seas Government Building Koror early 1930s
73
Trukese patrolmen c 1932
75
MatsueHaruji 18761954
125
Awardwinning group of sugarcane farmers Saipan
129
Loading phosphate Angaur Palau Islands
133
Katsuobushi workers at Nanyo Suisan factory Truk
140
Omi Maru NYK Lines
145
Firstclass dining room aboard Yawata Maru NYK Lines
147
Japanese Immigration into Micronesia
153
Kikuchi Shoten general store established 1921 Garapan Town Saipan
159

Micronesian school children before Shinto shrine
107
Seinendan parade Truk
109
Micronesian tour group members with Japanese army officers
110
Nanyo Boeki store Wotje Atoll Marshall Islands c 1920
122
Narrowgauge sugar train railway Saipan
164
Hijikata Hisakatsu 19001977 on Palau
194
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About the author (1992)

Mark R. Peattie is professor emeritus at the University of Massachusetts at Boston and a research fellow at Stanford University's Hoover Institution. He is the author of several books including, Sunburst: The Rise of Japanese Naval Air Power, 1909-1941.

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