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“Khoo-Kham” Nationalismand Japanese Soldiers: the Difference Images of Japanese Soldiers between Thai History and the Memory of Marginalized people

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Mr.Pipad Krajaejun

Miss Pennapa Monsa-ard

Miss Thippaporn Inkum

Asian Studies Institute,

Chulalongkorn University

Under directed by

Asso. Prof. Dr.Surangsri Tonsiengsom

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  • These are images of the Japanese soldiers in World War II. Thai people in the Thai’s novel 1968 recognized the Japanese soldiers as the invaders and came to infringe upon the sovereignty of the Thai nation.

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How can we explain this phenomenon?

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  • Firstly, to study the factors of Japanese soldiers’ negative image which have been in the memory of Thai people.

  • Secondly, to study the difference images in the Thai people in central area and the marginalized people.

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Historical Facts

Text book about Thai and Japanese in the World War II

Selected historical facts

Plot / Metanarrative

Social Memory about Thai&Japan in WW II

“Khoo-Kham” - Novel

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Propaganda Poster of the Japanese Army in Thailand, this shown that the Japanese Army was the friend of Thailand.

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The painting show Japanese soldiers and Thai soldiers checked hand together in the World War II

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Thai checked hand together in the World War IItextbook

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Statistic of Khoo-Kham shown in dramas after the novel was wrote in1968.

  • 1968 (Television drama) shown in Channel 7.

  • 1973 shown in Theater.

  • 1978 shown in Channel 5.

  • 1988 shown in Theater.

  • 1990 shown in Channel 7; this drama was the most popular among all.

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อังศุมาลิน wrote in: “หยุด เชลยทั้งสองนั้นเป็น คนไทย แผ่นนี้ก็เป็นของไทย”

Quotation from Khoo-Kham novel

Angsumalin: “Stop! Both captives are Thai people. This land is belong to Thai.”

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Khoo-Kham wrote inin 1988

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Khoo-Kham in 1990 wrote inwas the most popular version.

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Khoo-Kham in Japanese version shown in Japan. Japanese actor – Seki Oseki.

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Shan state Japanese actor – Seki Oseki.

Map of Japanese and Thai military occupied the Shan state in Burma

Mae Hong Son province


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Thai soldier ( Japanese actor – Seki Oseki.กองทัพพายัพ) entered to Northern of Thailand, this army was supported by Japanese army in the WW II

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Mr. Japu Wutwittawat Japanese actor – Seki Oseki.Hilltribe people in Pang Mapha, Mae Hong Son, N Thailand, 80 years old. The eye witness who met the Japanese soldiers.

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Thank you very much for attention. Japanese actor – Seki Oseki.

We thank to Asso. Prof. Dr.Surangsri TonsiengsomMrs. Saikeaw ThipakornAsian Study Institute of Chulalongkorn University

Central Library of Chulalongkorn University

Mr. Therdwong, the technician of Central Library