Third, it points out that settlers repatriated from the colonies were met with hostility from villagers and indifference from authorities.
Finally, it explores how those who were encouraged to emigrate for the good of the nation in postwar Japan, found themselves victims of agrarian reforms, which severed their ties.
Noboru Hirota has produced a major historical analysis of how the field of chemistry has evolved over centuries.
Spanning more than eight hundred pages, this book presents an exhaustive study of the field, showing how ground-breaking discoveries were made and innovative theories were constructed, with personal portrayals and interesting anecdotes of pioneering scholars.
First, it traces the tangled trail of Koreans brought into farming villages as a result of war mobilization and capitalist development.