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Title The operations of the Navy in the Dutch East Indies and the Bay of Bengal / compiled by the War History Office of the National defence College of Japan ; edited and translated by Willem Remmelink.

Published Leiden : Leiden University Press [2018]
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 UniM Bail  940.5425 OPER    AVAILABLE
Uniform title Ran-In Bengaru-wan Hōmen Kaigun Shinkō Sakusen. English.
Physical description xxxiv, 742 pages : illustrations, maps ; 27 cm.
Series War History Series 26
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Chapter I. The circumstances leading to Japan's invasion of the Dutch East Indies -- Chapter II. The military topography of the Southwestern Region -- Chapter III. The drafting of a plan of operations for the southern advance -- Chapter IV. Progress in the preparations for the invasion of the Dutch East Indies -- Chapter V. The forward push of the air bases -- Chapter VI. The drafting of the Java Invasion Operation Plan -- Chapter VII. The implementation of the Java Invasion Operation -- Chapter VIII. The state of the Allied Forces before the Java Operation -- Chapter IX. The neutralization of the Indian Ocean.
Summary Between 1966 and 1980, the War History Office of the National Defense College of Japan (now the Center for Military History of the National Institute for Defense Studies) published the 102-volume 'Senshi Sosho' ('War History Series'). These volumes give a detailed account of the operations of the Imperial Japanese Army and Imperial Japanese Navy during the Second World War. The present volume, 'The Operations of the Navy in the Dutch East Indies and the Bay of Bengal', volume 26 of the series, describes the Japanese Navy's role in the campaign to gain control over the Indonesian archipelago - at that time the largest transoceanic landing operation in the military history of the world. It includes, among others, the first complete Japanese analysis of the Battle of the Java Sea, a much-debated battle that ended disastrously for the Allies and opened the way to Java for the Japanese. Willem Remmelink was the executive director of the Japan-Netherlands Institute in Tokyo for more than twenty-five years. He is a specialist in Japanese and Indonesian history.
Language notes Translated from the Japanese.
Other author Remmelink, Willem G. J., 1947- editor, translator. Editor. Translator.
War History Office of the National Defence College of Japan, compiler, Compiler.
Subject Japan. Kaigun -- History.
World War, 1939-1945 -- Naval operations, Japanese.
World War, 1939-1945 -- Campaigns -- Indonesia.
Dutch East Indies (Territory under Japanese occupation, 1942-1945)
Bengal, Bay of -- Naval operations, Japanese.
History.
ISBN 9789087282806
908728280X