The Manchurian Crisis and Japanese Society, 1931-33

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Routledge, 2002 - History - 252 pages
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This book explores the reactions to the Manchurian crisis of different sections of the state, and of a number of different groups in Japanese society, particularly rural groups, women's organizations and business associations. It thus seeks to avoid a generalized account of public relations to the military and diplomatic events of the early 1930s, offering instead a nuanced account of the shifts in public and popular opinion in this crucial period.

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Wilson is Senior Lecturer and Chair of the Japanese Studies Program at Murdoch University, Perth.

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