Japan Views the Philippines, 1900-1944
This text provides a study of Japanese-Philippine relations, putting them into a historical context of the relationship between the two countries and the two peoples before the occupation of the Philippines.
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Views from Manila
Response from Japan
THE GREATER EAST ASIA
Attitudes towards Limitation on Immigration
Cultural Relations as a Means to Achieve Economic Gains
The Convergence of Views
The Orchestrated Attitudes
Changes in PhilippinesJapan Contacts 19201935
The Philippines and the Southward Advance
The Davao Land Problem
The Okinawans Point of View
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