- Title Pages
- Title Pages
- Preface and Acknowledgments
- 1 Encounter with the Philippines
- 2 Origins of the Bataan Boys
- 3 From the Approach of War to the Evacuation from Manila, October to December 1941
- 4 The Fall of Manila and the First Offensive and Defensive Battles, Early January to Early February 1942
- 5 Planning the Escape from Corregidor, Early February to Late February 1942
- 6 The Evacuation of MacArthur from Corregidor, Late February to the Middle of March 1942
- 7 The Second Bataan Operation and the Death March, Early February to Early May 1942
- 8 From Australia to the Philippines, March 1942 to October 1944
- 9 From the Philippines to Japan, October 1944 to August 1945
- 10 The Demilitarization of Japan, August 1945 to December 1947
- 11 The Democratization of Japan, August 1945 to April 1950
- 12 Washington’s Policy Shift on Japan and MacArthur’s Resistance, January 1948 to June 1950
- 13 The Korean War and the Dismissal of MacArthur, June 1950 to April 1951
- MacArthur in Asia
Hiroshi Masuda, Reiko Yamamoto
- Cornell University Press
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