AN INOFFENSIVE REARMAMENT: The Making of the Postwar Japanese Army
Provides a detailed account of the management, logistics, and personalities involved in establishing the National Police Reserve, a force of approximately 75,000, on short notice. Kowalski also sheds light on the diplomatic, political, legal, and constitutional challenges faced by his headquarters and his Japanese counterparts in the wake of the sudden outbreak of war on the Korean Peninsula.
Publisher: Naval Institute
Item #: 2990288
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