Now in paperback war without mercy has been hailed by the new york times as one of the most original and important books to be written about the war between japan and the united states in this monumental history professor john dower reveals a hidden explosive dimension of the pacific war race while writing what john toland has . John dower war without mercy race power in the pacific war list 20th century subjects world war ii race popular culture john dowers war without mercy describes the ugly racial dimensions of the conflict in the asian theater of world war ii and their consequences on both military and reconstruction policy in the pacific in the united states and britain dower reminds us the . Historian john w dowers war without mercy race and power in the pacific war 1986 is largely concerned with how race fueled the pacific war machine this comparative study argues that japanese and american racisms fomented violence and atrocity in the pacific. Winner of the national book critics circle award an american book award finalist now in paperback war without mercy has been hailed by the new york times as one of the most original and important books to be written about the war between japan and the united states. Race and power in the pacific war pulitzer prize winning historian john dower begins war without mercy with an amusing account of his inspiration for the book while working on a history of postwar japan dower wrote a sentence noting how quickly and easily the virulent race hatred of the war years dissipated during the american occupation
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