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Powell's One of the most disturbing examples of racism in the Pacific War was the execution of Allied POWs by the Japanese while American planes were dropping bombs on Tokyothis on the final day of the war, a year after Japan's defeat was assured.
Dower, professor of Japanese history at UC San Diego, traces in rich detail the development of racism on both sides of the Pacific, including an analysis of wartime propaganda comparing Frank Capra's ""Why We Fight'' films with their Japanese counterparts.
The book leaves no room for doubt about the intensity of racial loathing among all, and shows that its effects were virtually identical.
This startling work of scholarship has a larger theme, however, than racially inspired atrocities in the Pacific theater. Japan's postwar accomplishments having shattered the teacher-pupil model that defined the countries' postwar relationship, pejorative stereotypes have been resurrected and applied to the battlefields of commerce.
To cite one of the mildest of Dower's examples: Those concerned with the seductive power and universal influence of racism in the 20th century will find this landmark study absorbing and essential.Dower, John W.
War Without Mercy: Race and Power in the Pacific War.
Pantheon Books, New York, In this seminal work on the Pacific war John Dower, Professor of History at the Michigan Institute of Technology and Pulitzer Prize winning author, discusses the effect had in the Allied war with Japan.
John W. Dower is the author of Embracing Defeat, winner of the National Book Award and the Pulitzer Prize; War without Mercy, winner of the National Book Critics Circle Award; and Cultures of War.
He is professor emeritus of history at MIT.4/5. Jan 29, · Dower, John. War Without Mercy: Race and Power in the Pacific War.
A Review on John W. Dower s War Without Mercy The powerful images of race during the Pacific War between two powerful foes, the United States and Japan, dominates the war propaganda of both nations during and after World War II that generated deep hatred, espousing stereotypes which still r. Race and Power in the Pacific War: Pulitzer Prize-winning historian John Dower begins "War Without Mercy" with an amusing account of his inspiration for the book: While working on a history of postwar Japan, Dower wrote a sentence noting how quickly and easily the virulent race hatred of the war years dissipated during the American occupation/5(5). Dower, John W. War Without Mercy: Race and Power in the Pacific War. Pantheon Books, New York, In this seminal work on the Pacific war John Dower, Professor of History at the Michigan Institute of Technology and Pulitzer Prize winning author, discusses the effect had in the Allied war with Japan.
New York: Pantheon Books, Introduction. John Dower writer of War Without Mercy is a book that elaborates on the power and impact of racism in the Pacific theater of World War II.
John Dower's War Without Mercy describes the ugly racial issues on both the Western Allies and Japanese sides of the conflict Author: Digitaldisruption. Winner of the National Book Critics Circle Award An American Book Award Finalist Now in paperback, War Without Mercy has been hailed by The New York Times as "one of the most original and important books to be written about the war between Japan and the United States."4/5(6).
John Dower presents another point of view, probably not the most popular at the present time, that the fight against the Japanese was primarily a "race war." Gathering data from songs, slogans, propaganda reports, secret documents, Hollywood movies, the mass media and quotes from soldiers, leader and politicians, he effectively illustrates his theses.
Aug 13, · Instead, author John W. Dower What is an analysis of War Without Mercy? War Without Mercy is backgrounded by a bitter war between the United States and Japan during World War II.