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This front matter section of the book The Power of Memory in Modern Japan presents a table of contents, a list of contributors, and a note on transliteration. This book brings together a selection of the most significant research on memory relating to modern Japan. It discusses Nanjing massacre, comfort women, the fate of war monuments, the political use of national memory in post-war Japan and remembers the atomic bomb.

Keywords: modern Japan; Nanjing massacre; research



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