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Monster of the Twentieth CenturyKōtoku Shūsui and Japan's First Anti-Imperialist Movement$
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Robert Thomas Tierney

Print publication date: 2015

Print ISBN-13: 9780520286344

Published to California Scholarship Online: January 2016

DOI: 10.1525/california/9780520286344.001.0001

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The Asian Solidarity Association and the High Treason Case

The Asian Solidarity Association and the High Treason Case

(p.115) The Asian Solidarity Association and the High Treason Case
Monster of the Twentieth Century

Robert Thomas Tierney

University of California Press

In the years after the war, Japanese socialists endeavored to establish ties with the large group of Asian students, intellectuals, and revolutionaries in Tokyo. Despite their different motivations, Japanese socialists and Asian revolutionaries in Tokyo established the short-lived Asian Solidarity Association to combat Japanese imperialism. The anti-imperialist movement ended after the government annexed Korea in 1910 and staged a show trial of Japanese socialist leaders (High Treason Trial) in 1911.

Keywords:   Asian Solidarity Association, Chinese students, High Treason Incident, Red Flag Incident, An Jung-geun, annexation of Korea

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