Kazuo Aoyama

Kazuo Aoyama (靑山 和夫, Aoyama Kazuo) was a Japanese communist who joined the Republic of China during the Second Sino-Japanese War. Aoyama was on good terms with the Kuomintang, despite openly admitting he was a Communist. While Aoyama was in Chongqing, he successfully sold a printing plant to the Office of War Information (OWI).[1] Aoyama replaced Wataru Kaji as a "psychological advisor", re-educating captured Japanese soldiers.[2]

Kazuo Aoyama
Occupationpolitical activist (communism)

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ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Ariyoshi, Koji (2000). From Kona to Yenan: The Political Memoirs of Koji Ariyoshi. University of Hawaii Press. pp. 105–108.
  2. ^ Roth, Andrew (1945). Dilemma in Japan. Little, Brown. p. 168.

Further readingEdit

  • Kuroda, Zenji, (1972). 反戦政略 中国からみた日本戦前・戦中・戦後. Misaki Shobō Publishing. OCLC 44418352.
  • 青山和夫, (1957). 謀略熟練工. 妙義出版株式会社.