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This fascinating new history follows the course of Japan's ultimately unequal struggle against the great allied powers. Unsparing in its treatment of Japan's culpability for unleashing the Second World War, Japan at War 1931-1945 objectively appraises the unfolding tragedy which eventually engulfed Japan itself.
David McCormack graduated with first class honours in Contemporary Military and International History. Regular contributor of Japan based historical articles to the International Academic Forum's Eye Magazine. Series of eight articles entitled Japan at War published by the Armourer Magazine 2005-2006.