Collected Writings of Ian Nish

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Psychology Press, 2001 - Social Science - 448 pages
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Developed in close collaboration with Ian Nish, this book contains a wide and substantial cross-section of writings, thematically structured around essays in the special areas of Anglo-Japanese Alliance.
  

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Contents

Triumphs and
1
The AngloJapanese
9
John Harrington Gubbins 18521929
22
Britain and the SinoJapanese War 18945
35
British Foreign Secretaries and Japan 18921905
54
Japans Indecision During the Boxer Disturbances
69
Ito Hirobumi in St Petersburg 1901
85
Naval Thinking and the AngloJapanese Alliance 190004
92
Admiral Jerram and the German Pacific Fleet 191315
162
Japan and the Outbreak of War in 1914
173
GermanJapanese Relations in the Taisho Period
188
Dr Morrison and Chinas Entry into the World War
203
Japan and the Ending of the AngloJapanese Alliance
217
Britain and the Ending of the AngloJapanese Alliance
231
Crown Prince Hirohito in Britain May 1921
238
Frank AshtonGwatkin 18891976
248

Alliance and Empire
100
Hayashi Tadasu 18501913
110
Sir Claude and Lady Ethel MacDonald
121
Komura Jutaro and Britain
132
Dr G E Morrison and Japan
141
Australia and the AngloJapanese Alliance 19011 1
148
The Leadership of Admiral Kato Tomosaburo
255
Japan and Naval Aspects of the Washington Conference
261
AngloJapanese Alliances
275
Index
287
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