Japanese-Trained	Armies	in	Southeast	Asia

Japanese-Trained Armies in Southeast Asia

by Joyce C Lebra

This is the first study by a Western scholar of a significant facet of the history of the Second World War - Japanese-trained independence and volunteer armies as agents of revolution and modernization.At the time, the Japanese did not see that their military imprinting would affect a whole generation of political/military leadership of nations of post-Second World War Southeast Asia. Leaders like Suharto, Ne Win and Park are all products of Japanese military training.

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Preliminary pages
1. Japanese Initiatives - Southeast Asian Response
2. The Indian National Army
3. The Burma Independence Army
4. Peta
5. Volunteer Armies in Malaya, Sumatra, Indochina, Borneo and the Philippines
6. Revolt of the Independence Armies
7. The Significance of the Japanese Military Model for Southeast Asia
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  • Number of Pages : 226
  • Publisher : Institute of Southeast Asian Studies
  • Weight : 450g
  • Product Code : 9789814279444
  • Dimension : 140 x 216 mm

About Author

Joyce C Lebra

Joyce Chapman Lebra was Professor of Japanese History and Indian History at the University of Colorado until her retirement.