Japan Views The Philippines, 1900-1944
|Dimension||6 x 9, 350g|
|Copyright||1999 Revised Edition|
Traces the development of Japan's interest in the Philippines from one of peaceful economic expansion to a violent military take-over and occupation of the country. Includes selected speeches, autobiographies, magazine articles, and the like, exposing reactions of the Japanese to varied and changing politicoeconomic conditions in the Philippines. Discusses the triangular interrelationships between Japan, and the Philippines, Japan and the US, and the US and the Philippines.
Lydia Yu-Jose curently director of the Japanese Studies Program of the Ateneo de Manila has lived and studies in Japan for more than six years. She holds the Ph.D. in International Relations from Sophia University.
Still can't find the book you want?
If the book you want is not yet listed in our online catalog, write us now about your special order.
If it exists, we will find it!