Japanese attitudes towards the Okinawa problem : 1945-1965
Okinawa, which was captured by American forces in the last stages of the Second World War, was after the Japanese surrender placed under the control of the United States. Drastic changes which occurred in the Par Past in the following years, especially the advent of a hostile regime on the Chinese continent and the outbreak of the Korean war, made the United States develop Okinawa into her most important military base to cope with this new situation. Thus under the Japanese...[Show more]
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