Center for the Study of Pacific War Memories

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About the Center

World War II remains a profoundly relevant event to the peoples of the Asia-Pacific region over sixty years after its end. Memories of the war, whether expressed in reparations movements, school textbooks, scholarly work, institution-building or popular culture are still capable of eliciting passionate response and either forging or destroying relationships across the region.

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