• with Dean Aszkielowicz, Robert Cribb and Sandra Wilson (2017), Japanese War Criminals: the Politics of Justice After the Second World War,  Columbia University Press, New York.
  • with Sean Brawley, and Chris Dixon,  2009, Competing Voices From The Pacific War, Greenwood Press, California USA.
  • Trefalt, B.C., 2003, Japanese Army Stragglers and Memories of the War in Japan, 1950-1975, RoutledgeCurzon, Abingdon UK.

Journal Articles

  • Trefalt, B.C., 2017, ‘Collecting Bones: Japanese Missions for the Repatriation of War Remains, and the Unfinished Business of the Asia-Pacific War’, Australian Humanities Review, 61, 145-159.
  • Trefalt, B. 2014 ‘Japanese war criminals in Indochina and the French pursuit of justice: Local and international constraints’: Journal of contemporary history. 49, 4, p. 727 – 742
  • Trefalt, B.C., 2011, Faltering resolve: The release of Japan’s ‘ordinary’ war criminals, Asian Currents, vol 1, Asian Studies Association of Australia and the University of Adelaide, Online, pp. 18-20
  • Trefalt, B., 2011, Hostages to international relations? The repatriation of Japanese war criminals from the Philippines, Japanese Studies [P], vol 31, issue 2, Routledge, Australia, pp. 191-209.
  • Trefalt, B.C., 2009, After the battle for Saipan: the internment of Japanese civilians at Camp Susupe, 1944-1946, Japanese Studies [P], vol 29, issue 3, Routledge, Australia, pp. 337-352.
  • Trefalt, B.C., 2007, A peace worth having: delayed repatriations and domestic debate over the San Francisco peace treaty, Japanese Studies, vol 27, issue 2, Routledge, United Kingdom, pp. 173-187.
  • Trefalt, B.C., 2001, Waiting women: the return of stragglers and Japanese constructions of womanhood in collective memories of world war II, 1972-1974, Intersections: Gender, History and Culture in the Asian Context, vol May, issue 5, Murdoch University, School of Asian Studies, Perth WA, pp. 1-12.

Book Chapters

  • Trefalt, B. C, 2016  ‘The French prosecution at the IMTFE: Robert Oneto, Indochina and the rehabilitation of the French prestige’ in War Crimes Trials in the Wake of Decolonization and Cold War in Asia, 1945-1956: Justice in Time of Turmoil. Lingen, K. V. (ed.). Cham Switzerland: Palgrave Macmillan, p. 51-67 17  (World Histories of Crime, Culture and Violence)

  • Trefalt, B.C., 2015, ‘The endless search for dead men: Funasaka Hiroshi and fallen soldiers in post-war Japan’, in Christina Twomey and Ernest Koh (eds), The Pacific War: Aftermaths, Remembrance and Culture, Routledge, 2014, 270-281.
  • Trefalt, B.C., 2007, ‘Coming home defeated: soldiers and the transition from war to peace in post-World-War II Japan, in Back to Peace: Reconciliation and Retribution in the Postwar Period, eds Aranzazu Usandizaga and Andrew Monnickendam, University of Notre Dame Press, Notre Dame Indiana USA, pp. 59-76.
  • Trefalt, B.C., 2005, ‘Fanaticism, Japanese soldiers and the Pacific War, 1937-45’, in Fanaticism and Conflict in the Modern Age, eds Matthew Hughes and Gaynor Johnson, Frank Cass, Abingdon UK, pp. 33-47.
  • Trefalt, B.C., 2002, War, commemoration and national identity in modern Japan, 1868-1975, in Nation and Nationalism in Japan, eds Sandra Wilson, Routledge Curzon, London UK, pp. 115-134.







Conference Proceedings

  • Trefalt, B., 2011, Australia, the war, Japan – and the absence of Asia, Outside Asia: Japanese and Australian Identities and Encounters in Flux, 09 December 2006 to 13 December 2006, Japanese Studies Centre Monash University, Clayton Vic Australia, pp. 61-72.