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Neo Goumanism Sengen Special Sensouron

Neo Goumanism Sengen Special Sensouron

Alternative Titles

English: Neo Gomanism Manifesto Special - On War
Synonyms: Shin Gōmanism Sengen Special Sensouron, New Haughtiness Manifesto Sensouron
Japanese: 新ゴーマニズム宣言Special 戦争論

Information

Type: Manga
Volumes: 3
Chapters: Unknown
Status: Finished
Published: Sep 1995 to Jul 2003
Authors: Kobayashi, Yoshinori (Story & Art)
Serialization: None

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Synopsis

A controversial series of manga written by right-wing Japanese manga artist Yoshinori Kobayashi. It was published in a series of three volumes by Gentosha as a supplement (hence the "Special" title) to the Neo Gōmanism series serialized in "SAPIO" magazine from September 1995 onwards. The series has been criticized by numerous people and groups for "rewriting history", including intellectuals Satoshi Uesugi, Shinji Miyadai and Takaaki Yoshimoto, The Academy of Outrageous Books, and extending even to the overseas media in newspapers such as "The New York Times" and "Le Monde". A verbal dispute over the manga's contents with Sōichirō Tahara has been published in a book called "The On War War".

Besides the ideological criticism, the books have also been found to contain historical errors, clear manipulation of evidence, and illogical arguments. For example, the manga states that "The lands of Manchuria did not belong to the present-day Chinese people", although it did not belong to the Japanese either. Also, the manga claims that only Japan remained independent while East Asia was colonized by the West (with a map showing all of Asia, including East, South and South-East Asia), but the independent nation of Siam and the Japanese colonies of Korea and Taiwan are ignored. Another important point is that the manga was mainly intended to agitate young readers with little to no previous historical knowledge of the issue.

The book may have been named after Carl von Clausewitz' "On War" (as both share the Japanese name "Sensō Ron"), but otherwise has no relation to it.

(Source: Wikipedia)

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