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By Kunihiko Kasahara
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This interesting mix of artwork and geometry will excite either your creativity and your interest. Out from below your palms will come strikingly beautiful varieties: want by yourself home made capturing superstar, all silvery, golden, or fiery purple; “grow” lovely crimson paper cherry blossoms (symbol of Japan, domestic of origami), and construct pyramids, cubic modules, and different dimensional figures.
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Although earlier in this introduction, I offered various theories of traumatic memory as possible explanations for the different waves of the historiography, the focus and framework of my particular account of internment is not couched in terms of the trauma model. Rather it is a social and cultural history of internment, and my principal concern is with the social and cultural ‘tools’ used by many of the British, Dutch and American civilians to survive internment. This does not mean, however, that I deny the internees were victims of the war and that many suffered enormous hardship under the Japanese.
INTRODUCTION to Europe, rather than staying in their homes in the colonies, may have added to the sense of lost identity and disorientation. It is interesting to note that the early published material from Far Eastern survivors was not extensive and was published by either small and/or private publishing houses or missionary societies. None appears to have had a significant general, national or international impact. 36 The quieter period in the 1950s and 60s is, in my opinion, subject to a variety of influences.
Covering the whole area see, Christopher Thorne, The Far Eastern War States and Societies 1941–45 (London: Unwin Paperbacks, 1986); Peter Calvocoressi, Guy Wint and John Pritchard, Total War 2 Vols (London: Penguin Books, 1989). 20 I would include in these David Michell, A Boy’s War (Singapore: Overseas Missionary Fellowship, 1988) and Frances and Kenneth McAll, The Moon Looks Down (London: Darley Anderson, 1987). 21 William Sewell, Strange Harmony (London: Edinburgh House Press, 1946). William Sewell’s daughter, Ruth Baker, thinks there was another chapter to be included in the book but the Quaker publishers thought it was too critical and it was, therefore, excluded from the final publication.
Amazing Origami by Kunihiko Kasahara