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1: Asia and the Pacific.
2: International Background to the War in Asia.
3: International Relations and the Origins of the War in Asia and the Pacific War.
4: The Asian and Pacific Theaters.
5: The Second Sino–Japanese War, 1931–1945.
6: The Japanese Attack on Pearl Harbor.
7: Japanese Strategy and Campaigns in the Pacific War, 1941–1945.
8: American and Allied Strategy and Campaigns in the Pacific War, 1941–1945.
9: Burma and Southeast Asia, 1941–1945.
10: The Air War against Japan and the End of the War in the Pacific.
11: War and Society in the Asian and Pacific Theaters.
12: Japanese Occupation, Resistance, and Collaboration in Asia.
13: The Domestic Impact of War and Occupation on Japan.
14: European Reconquest and Neocolonialism in Southeast Asia.
15: Prisoners of War and Civilian Internees: The Asian and Pacific Theaters.
16: General Themes.
17: The War in Science, Technology, Propaganda, and Unit Histories.
18: Science, Technology, and Weapons Development.
19: Propaganda, Public Opinion, and Censorship during the Second World War.
20: Unit Histories and the Experience of Combat.
21: War, the Arts, and the Life of the Spirit.
22: The War and Film in the United States and Britain.
23: Japanese War Films.
24: The Holocaust and Film.
25: The “Western” Fiction of World War II.
26: Lines (In)Formation: Anglophone Poetry in the Second World War.
27: The War and the Visual Arts.
28: Art Music and World War II.
29: Popular Culture and World War II.
30: American Christianity on the Home Front during the Second World War.
31: Christianity Outside North America.
32: Cultural Background to the War.
33: World War II and Postwar International Relations.
34: Allied Summit Diplomacy.
35: Planning for the Postwar World Economy and the United Nations.
36: The Breakdown of the Grand Alliance and the Origins of the Cold War, 1945–1947.
37: War Crimes, International Criminal Law, and the Postwar Trials in Europe and Asia.
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