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Companion homepage to Asianism
- Commemorative postcard set “Kôa Seisen” (Holy War to Raise Asia), 1940
Documents relating to Pan-Asianism and other pan-movements
- Tarui Tokichi’s “Union of the Great East” (Daito-Gappo-ron) (or here)
- “Forget Asia” (Fukuzawa Yukichi, 1885)
- Program of the Pan-German League (1890)
- Okakura Tenshin “Ideals of the East” (english original and japan. translation)
- Dojinshu Domei (Alliance of Peoples of the Same Race) (Konoe Atsumaro, 1898)
- Sources relating to the history of the Amur Society (Kokuryukai)
- “New Asianism” (Ukita Kazutami, 1918)
- A Repudiation of the American-English-centered Pacifism (Konoe Fumimaro, 1919)
- Sun Yat-Sen’s Speech on “Greater Asianism” (Dai-Ajiashugi enzetsu, 1924)
- 30 Years History of the Amur Society (Kokuryukai 30nen jireki) – 7MB PDF!
- Greater Asianism (Dai Ajiahsugi, Matsui Iwane, 1938)
- 1941: Journal Kôa (“Raising Asia”) reporting about the foundation of the National League for Raising Asia (Kôa Dômei) , part 1 (10 MB PDF!!!)
- 1941: Journal Kôa (“Raising Asia”) reporting about the foundation of the National League for Raising Asia (Kôa Dômei) , part 2 (10 MB PDF!!!)
- Greater East Asian Proclamation (1943)
Articles on Pan-Asianism Available Online
- Selcuk Esenbel: Japan’s Global Claim to Asia and the World of Islam: Transnational Nationalism and World Power, 1900-1945. In: American Historical Review.
- Cemil Aydin: Japan’s Pan-Asianism and the Legitimacy of Imperial World
Order, 1931-1945. Japan Focus.
- Sven Saaler: Pan-Asianism in Modern Japanese History. A Preliminary Framework. Working Paper, German Institute for Japanese Studies.
- Vladimir Tikhonov: Korea’s First Encounters with Pan-Asianism Ideology in the Early 1880s. The Review of Korean Studies.
- Yamamuro Shin’ichi: A Portrait of Manchukuo (Japan Focus, part of an English translations of Yamamuro’s work “Kimera”)
- Oguma Eiji (Roger H. Brown, trans.): Postwar Japanese Intellectuals’ Changing Perspectives on “Asia” and Modernity (one chapter from “Pan-Asianism in Modern Japanese History. Colonialism, Regionalism, Borders“, edited by Sven Saaler and J. Victor Koschmann)
- Prasenjit Duara: The New Imperialism and the Post-Colonial Developmental State: Manchukuo in comparative perspective. Japan Focus.
- Takeuchi Yoshimi: Okawa Shumei. Profile of an Asian-Minded Man, The Developing Economies 1969.
- Grant K. Goodman:Anand Mohan Sahay (1898-1991). Indian Revolutionary in Japan. electronic journal of contemporary japanese studies, Discussion Paper 1/2008, http://www.japanesestudies.org.uk/discussionpapers/2008/Goodman.html