Legacies of World War II in South and East Asia /

Illustrates how the political and social fallout from the World War II is still alive and divisive in South and East Asia.

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Bibliographic Details
Other Authors: Koh, David W. H.
Format: eBook
Published: Singapore : Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 2007.
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Table of Contents:
  • Opening remarks
  • Wang Gungwu
  • A long view on the Great Asian War
  • Tim Harper
  • Legacies of World War II in Indochina
  • David Chandler
  • Transient and enduring legacies of World War II: the case of Indonesia
  • Richard Z. Leirissa
  • The 'black-out' syndrome and the ghosts of World War II: the war as a 'divisive issue' in Malaysia
  • Cheah Boon Kheng
  • The legacies of World War II for Myanmar
  • Robert H. Taylor
  • World War II: transient and enduring legacies for the Philippines
  • Reynaldo C. Ileto
  • Singapore's missing war
  • Asad-ul Iqbal Latif
  • World War II and Thailand after sixty years: legacies and latent side effects
  • Thitinan Pongsudhirak
  • Remembering World War II: legacies of the war fought in China
  • Huang Jianli
  • How to assess World War II in world history: one Japanese perspective
  • Takashi Inoguchi
  • Obstacles to European style historical reconciliation between Japan and South Korea
  • a practitioner's perspective
  • Andrew Horvat
  • World War II legacies for India
  • Sunanda K. Datta-Ray.