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JACAR Glossary [ Viewing Meiji Japan's Engagement with Asia through the Archives: The External Infrastructure and Network ]
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JACAR Glossary

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JACAR Glossary [ Viewing Meiji Japan's Engagement with Asia through the Archives: The External Infrastructure and Network ]

JACAR Glossary
Viewing Meiji Japan's Engagement with Asia through the Archives
The External Infrastructure and Network

The exhibition does this in order to explore the question of what kind of relations Japan built with the Western powers and its closest neighbors in Asia.

JACAR Glossary [ Homeland and Overseas, as Seen in Archival Records: Personnel Changes around Former Colonies and Occupied Territories ]

JACAR Glossary
Homeland and Overseas, as Seen in Archival Records
Personnel Changes around Former Colonies and Occupied Territories

Its specific goal is to shed light on what impact the existence of these former colonies and occupied territories had on Japan's government institutions and bureaucracy.

Jacar Internet Exhibition on Japan's Wartime and Postwar Periods Recorded in Public Papers: Transformation of Japan's Governance Structure

Jacar Internet Exhibition
Japan's Wartime and Postwar Periods Recorded
Transformation of Japan's Governance Structure

This web exhibition introduces how people's life was transformed from the Sino-Japanese War to the postwar period by using public records.

Jacar Internet Exhibition on Post-World War Two Demobilization and Repatriation

Jacar Internet Exhibition
Post-World War Two Demobilization and Repatriation

You can search many archives for documents on institutions involved in the repatriation of demobilized army and navy personnel deployed around the world at the end of the Pacific War.