Some New Millenium Studies in the History of the Global Conflict
Edited By Jarosław Suchoples, Stephanie James and Barbara Törnquist-Plewa
This volume is a collection of thirty papers written by authors from around the world. The writers focus on topics related to their own research interests. As a result, readers obtain a worldwide perspective on World War II from academics working on nearly every continent, proving that World War II was, probably, the first ever truly global experience for humanity. Present are many and different perspectives on the war. Eighty years after the end of World War II, these academics share their knowledge and reflections about a gruesome, but still not very remote time. In the new millennium, their studies should remind readers that the ‘end of history’ has been an impossible illusion and warn that peace and stability in international relations are not a given.
List of Illustrations
Ill. 1: “The Yellow Peril Spreads,” Brisbane Telegraph, December 19, 1941: 4.
Ill. 2: “Our Xmas Toast!,” Perth Sunday Times, December 21, 1941: 13. The proprietors of the Imperial Hotel, Barnhart and McFadyen, inserted the advertisement.
Ill. 1: A part of the New Guinean coastline stretched between Hopoi and Scarlet Beach.
Raimond Selke and Masahiro Saito,
Ill. 1: Higashikawa Public Cemetery and the memorial monument for Chinese Forced Labourers, Higashikawa, Hokkaido.
Ill. 2: Bokyo no Hi (the monument of a Chinese Forced Labourer longing for home to the west), Higashikawa, Hokkaido.
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