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War Without Mercy: Race and Power in the Pacific War by John W. Dower - Paperback - 1987 - from ThatBookGuy and Biblio.com

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War Without Mercy: Race and Power in the Pacific War

by John W. Dower

Condition: Very Good


Pantheon, 1987. Book. Very Good. Paperback. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall. April 1993 printing. Very-good condition soft cover book. No remainder marks or clippings. Covers are clean, show light wear - no tears. Illustrated. No writing or tears inside book. Tight spine, clean pages..

John W. Dower , born in 1938, is the Henry Luce Professor of International Cooperation and Global Stability at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He is the author of Empire and Aftermath: Yoshida Shigeru and the Japanese Experience, 1878–1954 and The Elements of Japanese Design , and is the editor of The Origins of the Japanese State: Selected Writings of E. H. Norman and coeditor of The Hiroshima Murals: The Art of Iri Maruki and Toshi Maruki.




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