|ONE Tradition and Circumstances:
The Imperial Japanese Army's Tactical Response
to Khalkhin-Gol, 1939||1|
|TWO The Development of Imperial Japanese Army
Amphibious Warfare Doctrine||14|
|THREE Imperial Japanese Army Strategy and the
Pacific War (1941-1945)||26|
|FOUR An Allied Interpretation of the Pacific War||42|
|FIVE U.S. Army and Imperial Japanese Army Doctrine
during World War II||60|
|SIX "Trained in the Hardest School"||75|
|SEVEN Adachi Hatazo: A Soldier of His Emperor||91|
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Book title: In the Service of the Emperor:Essays on the Imperial Japanese Army.
Contributors: Edward J. Drea - Author.
Publisher: University of Nebraska Press.
Place of publication: Lincoln, NE.
Publication year: 1998.
Page number: v.
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