The first strange place : race and sex in World War II Hawaii

Beth Bailey, David Farber

As the forward base and staging area for all US military operations in the Pacific during World War II, Hawaii was the "first strange place" for close to a million soldiers, sailors and marines on their way to the horrors of war. But Hawaii was also the first strange place on another kind of journey, toward the new American society that would begin to emerge in the post-war era. Unlike the rigid and static social order of pre-war America, this was to be a highly mobile and volatile society of mixed racial and cultural influences, one above all in which women and minorities would increasingly demand and receive equal status. Drawing on documents, diaries, memoirs and interviews, Beth Bailey and David Farber show how these unprecedented changes were tested and explored in the highly charged environment of wartime Hawaii.

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書名 The first strange place : race and sex in World War II Hawaii
著作者等 Bailey, Beth L.
Farber, David R.
Farber David
シリーズ名 Johns Hopkins paperbacks
出版元 Johns Hopkins University Press
刊行年月 1994, c1992
ページ数 ix, 270 p., [16] p. of plates
大きさ 24 cm
ISBN 0801848679
NCID BA25012251
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言語 英語
出版国 アメリカ合衆国
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