Table of contents for Technology of empire : telecommunications and Japanese expansion, 1895-1945 / Daqing Yang.

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Contents
 
 
 
 
 
 Maps, Figures, and Tables ix
 Abbreviations xiii
 Epigraph Sources xv
 Introduction: Empire and Communication 1
 Part I Beginnings, 1853-1931
1 An Emerging Empire in the Age of
 Submarine Telegraphy 21
2 The Wireless and Challenges of Empire 58
 Part II Technology, 1931-1940
3 Toward a New Order on the Continent 89
4 Inventing Japanese Technology 134
5 Envisioning Imperial Integration 179
 
 Part III Control, 1936-1945
6 Negotiating Control at Home 239
7 Consolidating Control in China 283
8 Extending Control over Southeast Asia337
 
 
 
 Part IV System, 1939-1945
9 Systemic Integration 383
10 Breakdown and Aftermath 429
 Conclusion: From Empire to "Global
Village" 475
 
 Appendix
 The Pattern of Imperial
 Communication: Some
 Quantitative Data 491
 
 Reference Matter
Bibliography 519
Index 543

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Japan -- History -- 1868-.
Telecommunication systems -- Japan -- History.
Telecommunication systems -- Asia -- History.
Japan -- History, Military -- 1868-.
Japan -- Armed Forces -- Communication systems.
World War, 1939-1945 -- Communications.
Sino-Japanese Conflict, 1937-1945 -- Communications.