Writing War

Writing War

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Writing War examines over two hundred diaries, and many more letters, postcards, and memoirs, written by Chinese, Japanese, and American servicemen in the Pacific from 1937 to 1945. As he describes conflicts that have often been overlooked by historians, Aaron William Moore reflects on diaries as tools in the construction of modern identity.The American mass media, for its part, accepted the Code of Wartime Practices in 1942, which demanded that war correspondents ... how soldiers speak and write in order to make their accounts sound more authentic.90 Like Hino Ashihei and Xie Bingying did in their war ... The trouble with you is you never met a virgin.

Title:Writing War
Author: Aaron William Moore
Publisher:Harvard University Press - 2013-06-01

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