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Collaboration Studies of collaboration have changed how the history of World War II in Europe is written, but for China and Japan this aspect of wartime conduct has remained largely unacknowledged This work talks about the sensitive topic of wartime collaboration between the Chinese and their Japanese occupiers. New Read Collaboration [ Author ] Timothy Brook [ Kindle ePUB or eBook ] – quickpaydayloansonlineuk.co.uk

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  1. I ve enjoyed this at several different level so I will review this book from different perspective Chinese history, historiography, lessons for the US current military involvement overseas and spiritually as a Christian.In terms of Chinese history, this book is on a time period and events that few Americans know about let alone understand Way before America was attacked on Pearl Harbor on December 7th, 1941, Japan has already been waging war and spreading its imperialism for decades This book I ve enjoyed this at several different level ...

  2. I enjoyed this A reminder to regard military occupation as a relationship, not just as an event.

  3. It takes time for people to form acomprehensive and less prejudiced understanding for happenings in the past, evenso when those happenings are complicated and would evoke bitter emotional struggling The same goes for reading books on such kind of topi...

  4. This book is a good break from traditional scholarship of the China Incident The common practice in dealing with the war between Japan and China has been to talk of the conflict in terms of heroic resistance against the evil Japanese and their few traitorous, cowardly collaborators What Timothy Brook has managed to do is penetrate this veil and try to piece together what actually happened in occupied China He has managed to portray collaborators not as evil traitors to China, although he do This book is a good break from traditional scholarship of the China Incident The common practice in dealing with the war between Japan and China has been to talk of the conflict in terms of heroic resistance against the evil Japanese and their few traitorous, cowardly collaborators What Timothy Brook has managed to do is penetrate this veil and try to piece together what actually happened in occupied China He has managed to portray collaborators not as evil traitors to China, although he does note there were a few of those, but as people who were in a complex situation and tried to do the best they could for themselves and their families In some cases, the collaborators actually cooperated with the Japanese in an effort to help the Chinese people, whether that was obtaining food, or alleviating their suffering He uses case studies to achieve his ends This methodology is a little concerning due to the dearth of sources,...

  5. Brilliance slightly tarnished by failure to conceptualise or theorise the activities it so exhaustively describes.