Concord Armor at War 7007: Armor of the Vietnam War (1) by S Zaloga, J Kinnear

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The aim of the present study is to highlight this invisible presence, making them visible by collecting the living memories of diplomatic interpreters through life-story interviews. Specifically, five pioneer simultaneous interpreters were interviewed, to listen to the voices of the invisible. The primary questions the study addresses are to find out what kind of people became interpreters in Japan after WWII, why and how they became interpreters; to examine how they perceived their roles as interpreters; how they actually positioned themselves in diplomatic 25 26 Voices of the Invisible Presence interpreting; and finally, to illuminate the role of interpreters with a specific focus on diplomatic interpreting in the Japanese context, in the hope of gaining some insight into the issue of the role of interpreters.

The unprecedented mission included approximately 50 government leaders and intellectuals, who toured the United States and Europe for one year and 10 months, and brought back volumes of books to be translated to learn wide ranging aspects of the West. g. Haga 2000: 4–7). Fukuzawa Yukichi can be cited as a good example. Fukuzawa, at the age of 25, visited Yokohama one day and was shocked to find that the Dutch language he laboured to learn for several years was of no use – he could not read the signs and he could not communicate with foreigners – they were all using English.

The unprecedented mission included approximately 50 government leaders and intellectuals, who toured the United States and Europe for one year and 10 months, and brought back volumes of books to be translated to learn wide ranging aspects of the West. g. Haga 2000: 4–7). Fukuzawa Yukichi can be cited as a good example. Fukuzawa, at the age of 25, visited Yokohama one day and was shocked to find that the Dutch language he laboured to learn for several years was of no use – he could not read the signs and he could not communicate with foreigners – they were all using English.

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