The wages of guilt memories of war in germany and japan buruma ian on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers in this now classic book internationally famed journalist ian buruma examines how germany and japan have attempted to come to terms with their conduct during world war ii a war that they aggressively began and humiliatingly lost. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for the wages of guilt memories of war in germany and japan at amazoncom read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users. This absorbing and important book analyzes the ways that germany and japan have dealt with the question of guilt for their misdeeds in world war ii the bottom line is that the germans have done a much better job at remembering and atoning both among themselves and with their neighbors. Offering a uniquely new perspective on the psyches of germany and japan after world war ii an expert on those two countries politics and history explores how each country dealt with its past and their legacies of guilt in light of the atrocities which were committed during the war. The wages of guilt memories of war in germany and japan by ian buruma 344 pages new york preview books nonfiction
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