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Kyouichi Tachikawa

Kyouichi Tachikawa (立川 京一 Tachikawa Kyōichi?, born 1966) is a Japanese historian specializing in international politics military history, specifically French Indochina. He was born in the Tokyo. He is a graduate of the Sophia University foreign language department. As of 1999, he lectures part time at Sophia University and at Caritas Junior College. Currently he is working as a researcher for the Japanese Ministry of Defense where he does research on military history.[1]

Published work

  • The Second World War and French Indochina 第二次世界大戦とフランス領インドシナ――「日仏協力」の研究』(彩流社, 2000年)
  • (石津朋之・道下徳成・塚本勝也)エア・パワー――その理論と実践(シリーズ軍事力の本質1)』(芙蓉書房, 2005年)(co-editor)
  • マイケル・シャラー (五味俊樹・原口幸司・山崎由紀)『アジアにおける冷戦の起源――アメリカの対日占領』(木鐸社, 1996年)(co-translator)
  • デイヴィッド・J・バーカソン (池内光久)『カナダの旗の下で――第二次世界大戦におけるカナダ軍の戦い』(彩流社, 2003年)(co-translator)


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