Prologue

“Japanese history” published in 1966 by Japanese Society for History Textbook Reform was sold more than 1,200,000 books and after that many kinds of monkey books named “Japanese education”, “Japanese dignity” something like this were published.
I was embarrassed on this typical Japanese phenomenon at that time.
“Is the history for public peoples?”
The textbook, published as a trade book in Japan in June 2001, sold 600,000 copies.
Despite commercial success, the book was taken up by only a handful of schools, most of which are privately run and located in a comparatively small geographical area of Tokyo.
Translated by Japanese Society for History Textbook Reform is as follows.
1. Nanking Massacre.
In August 1937, two Japanese soldiers, one an officer, were shot to death in Shanghai (the hub of foreign interests).
After this incident, the hostilities between Japan and China escalated. Japanese military officials thought Chiang Kai-shek would surrender if they captured Nanking, the Nationalist capital; they occupied that city in December. But Chiang Kai-shek had moved his capital to the remote city of Chongqing. The conflict continued.
Note at this time, many Chinese soldiers and civilians were killed or wounded by Japanese troops (the Nanking Incident). Documentary evidence has raised doubts about the actual number of victims claimed by the incident. The debate continues even today.
2. Marco Polo Bridge Incident
On July 7, 1937, shots were fired at Japanese soldiers while they were engaged in maneuvers near Marco Polo Bridge (located outside Beijing). By the next day, this incident (the Marco Polo Bridge Incident) had escalated into hostilities with Chinese troops. The incident was of relatively small magnitude, and efforts were made to resolve it locally. But Japan decided to send a large number of troops to China when the Nationalist government issued an emergency mobilization order. These events marked the beginning of a war that lasted for eight long years.
3. Great East Asia Co-prosperity Sphere
The war inflicted a huge amount of devastation and suffering on the peoples of Asia, where it was fought.
The casualties (both military and civilian) attributable to Japanese invasions were particularly high in China.
Each time the Japanese occupied a Southeast Asian nation, they set up a military administration. Leaders of local independence movements cooperated with those military administrations so that they could liberate their countries from the yoke of the Western powers.
But when the Japanese insisted that local populations learn the Japanese language and worship at Shinto shrines, they met with resistance. Anti-Japanese elements who aligned themselves with the Allies engaged in guerrilla warfare, which Japanese troops dealt with severely.
Many people, civilians included, were killed during these confrontations.
When the fortunes of war turned against Japan and food supplies ran short, the Japanese often forced the local population to do back-breaking work.
After the war was over, Japan paid reparations to those nations.
Then Japan was accused of promoting the Greater East Asia Co-Prosperity Sphere philosophy to justify the war and occupation of Asia.
Later, after Japan was defeated and Japanese troops had withdrawn from Asia, all these former colonies achieved independence through their own efforts during the next dozen years.
Some Japanese soldiers remained in Asia and participated in the various struggles for independence.
The initial goal of Japan’s southward advance was to obtain resources, but it also served to spur on nascent independence movements in Asia.
4. Japanese Actions inspire the peoples of Asia
Japanese soldiers drove out the forces of Western Europe, which had colonized the nations of Asia for many years.
They surprised us, because we didn’t think we could possibly beat the white man, and they inspired us with confidence. They awakened us from our long slumber, and convinced us to make the nation of our ancestors our own nation once again.
We cheered the Japanese soldiers as they marched through the Malay Peninsula.
When we saw the defeated British troops fleeing, we felt an excitement we had never experienced before. (Excerpt from the writings of Raja Dato Nong Chik, leader of the Malaysian independence movement and former member of the Malaysian House of Representatives).
From their view point on “Japanese History”,
Is their assertion for our Japanese publics?
Let me remind you of famous speech by Abraham Lincoln who was the 16th president of United States of America at Gettysburg 1861.
“Government of the people by the people and for the people shall not perish from the earth”
This is entirely the true Japanese History that,
“History of the people by the people and for the people shall not perish from the earth”
From this kind of view point,
I am going to write “History of peoples by peoples and for peoples”


October 17 2011 Satoshi Nitta


Chapter 1 Identity of war Chapter 51 The Xinhai Revolution & The Meiji Restoration Chapter 101 Ordinary nation
Chapter 2 Ascending historic view Chapter 52 China of revolution & Japan of restoration Chapter 102 Real democratic nation
Chapter 3 History for nation to history for people Chapter 53 China & Japan Chapter 103 Japan is not democratic nation
Chapter 4 The greatest mystery after the Pacific War Chapter 54 Japan & Korea Chapter 104 Civilization is evolved or degenerated?
Chapter 5 The greatest mystery during the Pacific War Chapter 55 China & Korea Chapter 105 Essence of republican nation (real democratic nation)
Chapter 6 Robot-like Japanese Chapter 56 Korean Peninsula & Japanese Archipelago Chapter 106 The current Modern Roman Empire = America
Chapter 7 How was the atomic bomb born? Chapter 57 Korean and Japanese are brother Chapter 107 The third wave of civilization = The informational revolution
Chapter 8 Why was the Pacific War named? Chapter 58 Tragedy between Korea and Japan Chapter 108 The modern Roman Empire = The British Empire
Chapter 9 Why was the Greater East Asia War named? Chapter 59 Korea is big brother and Japan is small brother Chapter 109 The second wave of civilization = The Industrial Revolution
Chapter 10 Identity of the Treaty of Mutual Cooperation and Security between the United States and Japan Chapter 60 Korea and Japan at the 21st century Chapter 110 The Middle age (The Holy Roman Empire) = The German Empire
Chapter 11 Japan treads on America’s tail Special Chapter True cause of Hiroshima/Nagasaki Chapter 111 The fate of civilized society
Chapter 12 Where was the Grumman scandal going? Chapter 61 What is the Modern Society? Chapter 112 New age Roman Empire
Chapter 13 End of capitalism Chapter 62 From the Modern Society to the newly-born society Chapter 113 New idea for New age
Chapter 14 Japanese History of Post War Chapter 63 Newly-born economy for the newly-born society Chapter 114 Discrimination & Equality
Chapter 15 World History of Post War Chapter 64 To make a profit is evil Chapter 115 New idea of equality
Chapter 16 Meaning of the history for peoples Chapter 65 Newly-born society of equality/fair/peace Chapter 116 Human society in vicious circle
Chapter 17 Conventional history is worse than useless Special Chapter 2 Now is the time to clear who was the man! Chapter 117 Discrimination + Equality
Chapter 18 Crucial difference between “Japanese history” & “History of people by peoples and for peoples” Chapter 66 Identity of civilized society Chapter 118 True meaning of discrimination
Chapter 19 Essence of history is in truth Chapter 67 Evolution from mankind to human being Chapter 119 World going beyond discrimination and equality
Chapter 20 "Present times" to "Now times" Chapter 68 Identity of intelligence Chapter 120 The New Idea for The New Society at The New Age =The Beyond Theory
Chapter 21 Historical fact is only at " The Now Times" Chapter 69 To increase population makes men's quality inferior Chapter 121 Discriminator shall surely be judged
Chapter 22 Concept of history Chapter 70 Has mankind really evolved? Chapter 122 Hypocrite is just absent concept of the one who pretends himself as evil
Chapter 23 History for the ruler & History for the ruled Chapter 71 Mankind's evolution is Human's degeneration Chapter 123 New Age is the time for real deal
Chapter 24 Politics for the ruler & Politics for the ruled Chapter 72 Turning point between evolution and degeneration Chapter 124 The time for real deal
Chapter 25 Economy for the ruler & Economy for the ruled Chapter 73 Slavery society Chapter 125 The time to live a life with conscious
Chapter 26 History & Politics/Economy Chapter 74 To increase population is the root cause Chapter 126 The vertical historical view for the New age
Chapter 27 History & Society Chapter 75 Proper population Chapter 127 The New Middle Age
Chapter 28 History & Individual Chapter 76 End of civilization Chapter 128 Feudalism = Democracy
Chapter 29 Elementary factor of history Chapter 77 How was communism born? Chapter 129 Democratic nation has never existed so far
Chapter 30 Real history Chapter 78 Where was communism born? Chapter 130 Succession & Inheritance system is the root cause
Chapter 31 History about Satoshi Nitta Chapter 79 Unfair Historical Science Chapter 131 Society without succession & inheritance is real equality society
Chapter 32 History about Japanese Emperor (1) Chapter 80 How ridiculous men are! Chapter 132 Identity of Monarchy system
Chapter 33 History about Japanese Emperor (2) Chapter 81 Meaning of history Chapter 133 Nation State
Chapter 34 History about Japanese Prime Minister Chapter 82 Republic of Japan Chapter 134 Age of individual & Age of organization
Chapter 35 History about the Japanese Constitution Chapter 83 Republican & Monarchy & Autocrat Chapter 135 Real meaning of age of organization
Special Chapter The Heisei Restoration is coming soon! Chapter 84 Monarchy & Autocrat Chapter 136 The worldly success
Chapter 36 Seventeen-article Constitution Chapter 85 Ideal republican country Chapter 137 Real sense of view
Chapter 37 History of Prince Shōtoku Chapter 86 Mankind's tragedy made by the Cold War Chapter 138 Real meaning why man was expelled from the Garden of Eden
Chapter 38 Ichiro Ozawa Chapter 87 The Cold War is not over Chapter 139 Sense of view of relativity + Relative monism of utilitarianism
Chapter 39 Junichiro Koizumi Chapter 88 America must disappear Chapter 140 Sense of view of absolutivity + Absolute trilism
Chapter 40 Seiji Maehara Chapter 89 The Second Axis Age Chapter 141 Monetary system shall be gone
Chapter 41 Identity of Meiji Restoration (1) Chapter 90 America and England corporate with each other Chapter 142 Politics system shall be gone
Chapter 42 Identity of Meiji Restoration (2) Special Chapter Hirohito's Sin Chapter 143 Economy system shall be gone
Chapter 43 Identity of Meiji Restoration (3) Chapter 91 Nameless nation will be New America Chapter 144 Society system shall be gone
Chapter 44 Identity of Meiji Restoration (4) Chapter 92 "New America" (1)
Chapter 45 Identity of Meiji Restoration (5) Chapter 93 "New America" (2)
Chapter 46 Hirofumi Ito & Takayoshi Kido Chapter 94 "New America" (3): Newly-born idea of equality
Chapter 47 Takamori Saigō & Toshimichi Ōkubo Chapter 95 "New America" (4): Woman society
Chapter 48 Tomomi Iwakura who was the most evil man Chapter 96 Imperfect intelligent society to perfect intelligent society
Chapter 49 Shikoku-island was death island Chapter 97 Perfect intelligent society (1) :Perfect intelligence
Chapter 50 The Meiji Restoration was for peoples? Chapter 98 Perfect intelligent society (2) :Big fool = Big Wise
  Chapter 99 Perfect intelligent society (3) :Beyond society
  Chapter 100 Perfect intelligent society (4) :Which one?


Epilogue

This is entirely the timing that,
Conventional politics is going to disappear very soon.
This is entirely the timing that,
Conventional economy is going to disappear very soon.
This is entirely the timing that,
Conventional society is going to disappear very soon.
And,
This is entirely the timing that,
Money is going to disappear very soon.
This is entirely the timing that,
The age of organization is going to disappear very soon.
Then,
What kind of factors at the age of individual is if the factors at the age of organization are money, politics, economy and society?
Then let me remind you of the prologue of this book.
The clue of the answer to the question might be hidden there.
From the point of view,
This is entirely the proof that,
The truth goes beyond all ages and countries.

Let me remind you of famous speech by Abraham Lincoln who was the 16th president of United States of America at Gettysburg 1861.
“Government of the people by the people and for the people shall not perish from the earth”
This is entirely the true Japanese History that,
“History of the people by the people and for the people shall not perish from the earth”
From this kind of view point,
I am going to write “History of peoples by peoples and for peoples”



May 4 2012 Satoshi Nitta