New York : Pantheon Books, c1978.
Japanese scholar Saburo Ienaga provides details of what went on in Japan and in the conquered territories during World War II along with Japanese policies and escalation of military operations that led to the invasion of Indochina.
LibraryThing member Artymedon
The Author, a Japanese Professor, was nominated twice for the Nobel Peace Price. A different perspective shows that the Pacific Theater was more peripheral to the control of China's natural resources. Ienaga depicts a Japanese Militaro-Industrial-Academic complex well in control with few left to resist its expansionist hawks.