Written primary sources are first-hand accounts from people who witnessed or were involved in the events being described. They include letters or reports written by the people involved, official documents, or photographs of the events. They also include memoirs written later.
Books On Japan In The Second World War
Betio beachhead; U. S. marines' own story of the battle for Tarawa by Wilson, Earl J.
Call Number: D767.917 .W5
Publication Date: 1945
Hiroshima diary; the journal of a Japanese physician, August 6-September 30, 1945 by Hachiya, Michihiko
Call Number: D767.25.H6 H3
I saw the fall of the Philippines by Romulo, Carlos P.
Call Number: D767.4 .R65
I saw Tokyo burning : an eyewitness narrative from Pearl Harbor to Hiroshima by Guillain, Robert
Call Number: D767.2 .G7913
I served on Bataan by Redmond, Juanita
Call Number: D767.4 .R4
Publication Date: c1943
Japan at war : an oral history by Cook, Haruko Taya
Call Number: D811.A2 C621992
In a vivid, sweeping panorama, this captivating oral history relates the remarkable story of Japanese people living during World War II, offering the first glimpses of how this century's most violent conflict affected the lives of the ordinary Japanese population.
The lost war : a Japanese reporter's inside story
Call Number: D742.J3 K31946
Publication Date: 1946
Prisoners of the Japanese in World War II : statistical history, personal narratives, and memorials concerning POWs in camps and on hellships, civilian internees, Asian slave laborers, and others captured in the Pacific Theate by Van Waterford
Call Number: D805.J3 W381994
Publication Date: c1994
Way of a fighter; the memoirs of Claire Lee Chennault by Chennault, Claire Lee
Call Number: E745.C35 A31949
Publication Date: 1949
Women against war by compiled by Women's Division of Soka Gakkai