Japanese Pan-Asianism and the Philippines from the Late 19th Century to the End of World War II: Going to the Philippines Is Like Coming Home? (Brill's Japanese Studies Library) (英語) ハードカバー – 2015/11/6
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"Examines the development of Japanese Pan-Asianism and the perception of the Philippines within this ideology. Due to the archipelago's previous colonization by Spain and the US, the Philippines was a special case among the Japanese occupied territories during the war. Matthiessen convincingly proves that the widespread pro-Americanism among the Philippine population made it impossible for Japanese administrators to implement a pan-Asianist ideology that centred on a return to Asian values"--
'This book breaks new ground in its examination of the role played by the Philippines in Japanese Pan-Asian discourse and how this evolved from the late nineteenth century through the Pacific War.(...) book sheds light on regionalism and Asian identity to expand our knowledge about border-crossing ideologies, events, and movements [and] contribute to the growing literature on transnational issues in modern Asian and Japanese history.'
Jeff Kingston, Temple University Japan, Monumenta Nipponica 72:2 (2017)