This new book is a culmination of more than ten years of research and study in military numismatics, culture, psychology, art and design. It is essential for collectors and dealers and includes: Quantities, blocks and detailed values Numerous photos of bank notes and varieties Reference codes from the Standard Catalogue of World Paper Money and The Catalog of Japanese Coins and Bank Notes to assist collectors in identifying notes and varieties A new grading guide specifically for JIM and a quick reference table to assist with self-grading Specimen and counterfeit detecting information Updated collectors’ tables including newly discovered blocks and numbers and hard-to-find blocks and serial numbers highlighted. This book provides a snapshot of JIM in World War II, beyond a catalogue and reference book. It provides an ‘experience’ through stories of the day, propaganda, newspaper articles, artwork and details the introduction and the aftermath of Japanese Invasion Money. Forewords by John Dunlop, son of Sir Edward 'Weary' Dunlop and Tony James.