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Embracing Defeat [Chp. 1] - Shattered Lives

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this slide is about the first chapter of book "Embracing Defeat". Written by John Dower about Japan, in the wake of World War II. …

this slide is about the first chapter of book "Embracing Defeat". Written by John Dower about Japan, in the wake of World War II.
there is only explanation on chapter one, because this was basically a class assignment which everyone got one chapter each, and my part was the first chapter.
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well, even just a chapter, hope that it can gives some information to the reader about this Japan's condition after their defeat in World War II

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  • 1. Embracing Defeat – Bagian Satu
  • 2.  Euphemistic surrender Unconditional surrender Quantifying defeat Coming home… perhaps Displaced persons Despised veterans Stigmatized victims
  • 3.  Pidato Kaisar (15 Agustus 1945)  “to endure the unendurable and bear the unbearable”  Menerima tuntutan Sekutu membuka jalan untuk perdamaian yang lebih besar bagi generasi mendatang. Tanggapan warga…  Malu dan berasa bersalah  sedih, marah, senang, lega,…
  • 4.  Upacara di atas kapal Missouri  2 September 1945  Jendral Douglas MacArthur: SCAP  Perwakilan Jepang: Jend. UmezuYoshijirou & diplomat Shingemitsu Mamoru  Kaisar tidak hadir: lepas dari tanggung jawab perang
  • 5.  Korban jiwa (yang  Kota: terhitung):  Hiroshima & Nagasaki: 40%  Tentara: 1,74 jiwa area kota hancur. 30%  Prajurit dan warga sipil: 2,7 populasi  tunawisma juta  Osaka: 57% hancur Materi:  Nagoya: 89% hancur.  ¼ dari total kekayaan negara.  Tokyo: 65% perumahan (kapal, mesin industri, kereta hancur. api, mesin motor… )  Hirarki keberuntungan (?)
  • 6.  ± 6,5 juta warga Jepang terdampar di Asia, Siberia, Samudera Pasifik. Terhalang penyakit epidemik di Cina, Korea, Manchuria, Indochina Perlakuan buruk tentara Sekutu. September 1946, ± 2 juta warga Jepang belum dipulangkan. 540.000 lainnya tidak jelas rimbanya. Petisi dari keluarga orang hilang
  • 7.  Mengorbankan Okinawa: “kemah repatriasi” Kamoi Repatriation Center, Uraga. Hikawa Maru: 7000 boks abu tanpa nama Mencari orang hilang: Returnee News, Missing Person (1946-1962), “Who Am I?”
  • 8.  Pembunuhan atasan: “oleh-oleh ke neraka” Pulang tidak disambut.. Menjarah barang-barang militer “living war dead” Sampah masyarakat
  • 9.  Warga Jepang korban perang  orang terbuang “improper” people:  Korban selamat Hiroshima & Nagasaki (efek radiasi)  Yatim piatu korban perang  Anak jalanan (ippiki, nihiki, …)  Janda perang  Mantan prajurit tunawisma  Veteran perang yang cacat

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