Kiyoshi Inoue, professor emeritus of modern history at Kyoto University, died of pneumonia at a Kyoto hospital on Friday evening. He was 87.
Born in Kochi Prefecture and a graduate of the University of Tokyo in 1936, Inoue wrote a controversial book in 1946 criticizing the Emperor system and became a leading Japanese historian.
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