This book highlights the importance of individuals in the shaping of postwar Japan by providing an historical account of how physicists constituted an influential elite. A history of science perspective provides insight into their role, helping us to understand the hybrid identity of Japanese scientists, and how they reinvented not only themselves, but also Japan in the decades after its defeat. Low explores the lives and work of seven physicists, two of whom were Nobel prize winners, and makes use of little-known Occupation period documents, personal papers of physicists, and Japanese language source material.

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