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The Legacy Of The War And The World Of Islam In Japanese Pan-Asian Discourse: Wakabayashi Han’s Kaikyō Sekai To Nihon

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This chapter examines the wide hinterland of the front, in Siberia and in Northeast Asia more closely. It is of particular interest, therefore, because the Russian soldiers, who came from the theater of war, or who had been readied for a war that was already over, were the main actors. Demobilization in the hinterland 1905-06 of the front initiated a process for learning to the soldiers and for the peasants, who had to accommodate to civil life again. The results of this process can be seen in various aspects of everyday life and political acting on a local level after 1905. There can be no doubt that there was a difference in the number of people, who were on different levels involved in the Russo-Japanese War on the one hand and World War I on the other.

Keywords: Northeast Asia; Russian soldiers; Russo-Japanese War; Siberia; World War I



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