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The Second World War Through Japanese Eyes

This course will present the war in the Pacific from a relatively unknown perspective, that  of the Japanese. Through a series of films, lectures, and eyewitness accounts, you will journey with the Japanese Navy to Pearl Harbor, travel across the sands of Iwo Jima, sail with kamikazes, and witness up close the horrifying effects of the Atomic Bomb. History is often written by the victors and rarely by the vanquished. At  the end of this course you will have gained an entirely new understanding of the Second World War and the people who fought and died for the Empire of Japan. 

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Course Date:/Time: December 7 - 8, 2019 10am-6:30pm
WPC 122
Academic Units: 1
Course Code(s): XHIS 042
Course Cost: $300
Instructor: George Yagi, Jr