Culture Shock and Japanese-American Relations: Historical Essays

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BBKLibrary, Bōeichō Bōei Kenshūjo (National Institute of Defense Studies), Tokyo
BBKSBōeichō Bōei Kenshūjo, Senshishitsu (War History Office of the National Institute of Defense Studies, Japanese Ministry of Defense)
DLNational Diet Library, Tokyo
FRUSForeign Relations of the United States
GaimushōJapanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs
ISS-UTInstitute of Social Science, University of Tokyo
JMJOffice of War Crimes Materials, Japanese Ministry of Justice
JMFAJapanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs
LCManuscripts Division, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.
NANational Archives, Washington, D.C.
NGBNihon Gaikō Bunsho (Documents on Japanese Foreign Policy)
NMSDCNational Maritime Self-Defense College, Tokyo
TSMTaiheiyō sensō e no michi and Taiheiyō sensō e no michi: Bekkan Shiryōhen (Supplementary Volume of Documents)

Note on Japanese names

In accordance with the established academic convention, Japanese names are listed with the family name preceding the given name, in the text, footnotes, and bibliography. When Japanese authors who have published in English are referred to in the text, their given names appear first.

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