A Sudden Rampage: The Japanese Occupation of Southeast Asia, 1941-1945

Sampul Depan
University of Hawaii Press, 2001 - 286 halaman
A Sudden Rampage describes Japan's occupation of Southeast Asia during World War II in the context of its relationship with the outside world. The first two chapters focus on the period between the Meiji restoration, the end of World War I, the interwar period, and the outbreak of war in the Pacific. Subsequent chapters offer a short narrative of the Pacific conflict and a country by country description of Japan's political activities in the occupied region and economic activities undertaken by the Japanese in wartime Southeast Asia. The concluding chapter assesses the contribution the occupation made to postwar Southeast Asia in the light of the suffering and destruction rendered on the region.
 

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Equality and Opportunity
1
The Meiji Restoration
8
Industrialisation
17
Colonial policy
20
The RussoJapanese War
22
Versailles and Washington
24
Colonial Southeast Asia
30
Diplomacy and Force
39
Conquest and Liberation
125
The Greater East Asia CoProsperity Sphere
128
The guidelines
130
The Ministry of Greater East Asia
133
Independence
138
War and empire
142
Control and Mobilisation
144
Burma
146

Konoe Fumimaro
42
The European crisis
45
The phoney war and the fall of France
48
The first move on IndoChina
51
The Burma Road
54
The Kobayashi mission
56
The Tripartite Pact
57
Mediation between French IndoChina and Thailand
61
The Yoshizawa mission
66
Southern IndoChina
68
Negotiations with the United States
72
War and Peace
80
The Thai alliance
83
The Malayan campaign
85
The attack on British Borneo
90
The capture of the Philippines
91
The conquest of Netherlands India
92
The invasion of Burma
95
Midway
100
Thoughts of peace
102
Fighting in the Pacific
104
The coup in IndoChina
108
Imphal
110
Surrender
116
MacArthur and the Philippines
120
The peoples and the war
122
The Indian National Army
123
The Philippines
159
Netherlands India
174
Borneo
192
Malaya and Singapore
197
Thailand
204
IndoChina
210
Demand and Supply
218
Earlier patterns
220
Wartime patterns
223
Netherlands India
226
Malaya and Singapore
231
Borneo
235
The Philippines
238
Burma
243
Thailand
246
IndoChina
249
Memory and Legacy
252
The end of imperialism
256
Reparations
258
Malaya Singapore and Borneo
259
Netherlands India
263
The Philippines
264
Burma
266
Bibliography
269
Index
279
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