Japanese in Hong Kong in WWII
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The paper explores the declining material and social conditions in Hong Kong during the Second World War. The paper argues that the Japanese had more pressing matters to attend to and had a general lack of interest in the well-being of prisoners.
From the Paper:"Hong Kong has had one of the most diverse political histories in East Asia. It has been the territorial property, colonial possession or occupied territory of at least three countries. One of the most dramatic political developments in Hong Kong was its occupation by the Japanese during the Second World War. The Japanese occupation of Hong Kong did not last a long time. According to Ming K. Chan in "Hong Kong", In September 1945, the British formally received the Japanese surrender and..."
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