Asian Labor in the Wartime Japanese Empire : Unknown Histories.

By: Kratoska, Paul HPublisher: Florence : Routledge, 2005Copyright date: ©2005Description: 1 online resource (456 pages)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781317476429Subject(s): Labor -- Japan -- Colonies -- History -- 20th century.;World War, 1939-1945 -- Manpower -- Japan -- Colonies.;Labor policy -- Japan -- Colonies -- History -- 20th centuryGenre/Form: Electronic books. Additional physical formats: Print version:: Asian Labor in the Wartime Japanese Empire: Unknown HistoriesDDC classification: 940.53/1 LOC classification: HD8726 -- .A853 2015ebOnline resources: Click to View
Contents:
Cover -- Half Title -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- List of Illustrative Materials -- Acknowledgments -- Introduction -- List of Abbreviations -- Map of Eastern Asia -- Map of Eastern Indonesian Archipelago -- Part I. Japan -- 1. Labor Mobilization in Japan and the Japanese Empire -- Part II. Manchuria -- 2. Labor Policy and the Construction Industry in Manchukuo: Systems of Recruitment, Management, and Control -- Part III. North China -- 3. Northern Chinese Laborers and Manchukuo -- Part IV. Korea -- 4. Japan's Korean Soldiers in the Pacific War -- 5. Korean Forced Labor in Japan's Wartime Empire -- Part V. Taiwan -- 6. Total War, Labor Drafts, and Colonial Administration: Wartime Mobilization in Taiwan, 1936-45 -- Part VI. Indonesia -- 7. "Economic Soldiers" in Java: Indonesian Laborers Mobilized for Agricultural Projects -- 8. The Road to Hell: The Construction of a Railway Line in West -- 9. The Heiho during the Japanese Occupation of Indonesia -- 10. Indonesian Rōmusha and Coolies under Naval Administration: The Eastern Archipelago, 1942-45 -- 11. End of a Forgotten Drama: The Reception and Repatriation of Rōmusha after the Japanese Capitulation -- Part VII. Malaya -- 12. Labor in the Malay Peninsula and Singapore under Japanese Occupation -- 13. Malayan Labor on the Thailand-Burma Railway -- Part VIII. Philippines -- 14. Labor Usage and Mobilization during the Japanese Occupation of the Philippines, 1942-45 -- Part IX. Vietnam -- 15. Working for the Japanese: Working for Vietnamese Independence, 1941-45 -- Part X. Memory and Reconciliation -- 16. The Origin and Development of Military Sexual Slavery in Imperial Japan -- 17. History, Memory, Compensation, and Reconciliation: The Abuse of Labor along the Thailand-Burma Railway -- Notes -- About the Editor and Contributors -- Index.
Summary: During the Pacific War the Japanese government used a wide range of methods to recruit workers for construction projects throughout the occupied territories. Mistreatment of workers was a major grievance, both in widely publicized cases such as the use of prisoners of war and forced Asian labor to construct the Thailand-Burma "Death" Railway, and in a very large number of smaller projects. In this book an international group of specialists on the Occupation period examine the labor needs and the recruitment and use of workers (whether forced, military, or otherwise) throughout the Japanese empire. This is the first study to look at Japanese labor policies comparatively across all the occupied territories of Asia during the war years. It also provides a graphic context for examining Japanese colonialism and relations between the Japanese and the people living in the various occupied territories.
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Cover -- Half Title -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- List of Illustrative Materials -- Acknowledgments -- Introduction -- List of Abbreviations -- Map of Eastern Asia -- Map of Eastern Indonesian Archipelago -- Part I. Japan -- 1. Labor Mobilization in Japan and the Japanese Empire -- Part II. Manchuria -- 2. Labor Policy and the Construction Industry in Manchukuo: Systems of Recruitment, Management, and Control -- Part III. North China -- 3. Northern Chinese Laborers and Manchukuo -- Part IV. Korea -- 4. Japan's Korean Soldiers in the Pacific War -- 5. Korean Forced Labor in Japan's Wartime Empire -- Part V. Taiwan -- 6. Total War, Labor Drafts, and Colonial Administration: Wartime Mobilization in Taiwan, 1936-45 -- Part VI. Indonesia -- 7. "Economic Soldiers" in Java: Indonesian Laborers Mobilized for Agricultural Projects -- 8. The Road to Hell: The Construction of a Railway Line in West -- 9. The Heiho during the Japanese Occupation of Indonesia -- 10. Indonesian Rōmusha and Coolies under Naval Administration: The Eastern Archipelago, 1942-45 -- 11. End of a Forgotten Drama: The Reception and Repatriation of Rōmusha after the Japanese Capitulation -- Part VII. Malaya -- 12. Labor in the Malay Peninsula and Singapore under Japanese Occupation -- 13. Malayan Labor on the Thailand-Burma Railway -- Part VIII. Philippines -- 14. Labor Usage and Mobilization during the Japanese Occupation of the Philippines, 1942-45 -- Part IX. Vietnam -- 15. Working for the Japanese: Working for Vietnamese Independence, 1941-45 -- Part X. Memory and Reconciliation -- 16. The Origin and Development of Military Sexual Slavery in Imperial Japan -- 17. History, Memory, Compensation, and Reconciliation: The Abuse of Labor along the Thailand-Burma Railway -- Notes -- About the Editor and Contributors -- Index.

During the Pacific War the Japanese government used a wide range of methods to recruit workers for construction projects throughout the occupied territories. Mistreatment of workers was a major grievance, both in widely publicized cases such as the use of prisoners of war and forced Asian labor to construct the Thailand-Burma "Death" Railway, and in a very large number of smaller projects. In this book an international group of specialists on the Occupation period examine the labor needs and the recruitment and use of workers (whether forced, military, or otherwise) throughout the Japanese empire. This is the first study to look at Japanese labor policies comparatively across all the occupied territories of Asia during the war years. It also provides a graphic context for examining Japanese colonialism and relations between the Japanese and the people living in the various occupied territories.

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