Japanese Colonial Education in Taiwan, 1895-1945, Volume 88
This study of Japanese colonialism in Japan's first overseas acquisition, Taiwan, approaches these questions through an analysis of a central pillar of Japanese rule there, education, which performed key functions in keeping order, exploiting economic resources, securing the cooperation of the natives, and attempting to assimilate them.
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Gradualism and Separatism
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