In the Service of the Emperor: Essays on the Imperial Japanese Army

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macrons in the case of well-known Japanese loan words, such as judo, or places such as Tokyo and Kyushu. See the list of personalities and terms at the end of the book for more details.


ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

In preparing these essays over the years I am indebted to many people. In Australia, Desmond Ball, Geoffrey Ballard, Lieutenant General (Ret.) John M. Coates, Peter Dennis, Jeffrey Grey, David Horner, Stewart Lone, David Sissons, David Stevens, and Jozef H. Straczek all shared information and insights about Japan and the war in the Pacific. I am especially grateful to the History Department, Australian Defence Forces Academy, for a generous grant in the summer of 1996 that aided my research. In Japan, Aizawa Kiyoshi, Akagi Kanji, Asada Sadaō, Hata Ikuhiko, Miwa Kimitada, and Takahashi Hisashi provided me with primary and secondary materials distilled in these essays. In the United States, Jeffrey Acosta, Edward J. Boone, now retired, and James Zobel always made research visits to the MacArthur Memorial Bureau of Archives a true pleasure. Thomas E. Camden helped me at the George C. Marshall Center, and David Hatch and Thomas Johnson did the same at the National Security Agency. Richard Boylan, Timothy Nenninger, and John Taylor at the National Archives and Records Administration unfailingly steered me to the precise source materials I needed. At the U.S. Army Military History Institute, Lieutenant Colonel (Ret.) Martin Andresen, Louise Arnold-Friend, Pam Cheney, Nancy Gilbert, Randy Hackenburg, David Keough, John Slonaker, Richard Sommers, Dennis Vetock, and Michael Winey assisted my research in archival, photographic, and library collections. Sherry Dowdy, Steve Hardyman, James Knight, Robert Wright, and Roger Wright at the U.S. Army Center of Military History were always helpful. I also owe thanks to Robert H. Berlin, Carl Boyd, Raymond Callahan, John Carland, Eugene Carvalho, Stanley L. Falk, Roger B. Jeans, Steve Rabson, Joseph E. Richards, W. Glenn Robertson, and Roger J. Spiller on whom I inflicted one or more of these essays during an earlier stage of the draft. I am especially indebted to Robert J. C. Butow for his insightful criticisms. Robert Cowley, Editor, MHQ, and Marlena Davidian, Permissions Manager, transaction, are owed special thanks for their kind permission to reprint "Previews of Hell" and "In the Army Barracks of Imperial Japan," respectively. I am indebted to the

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