Ōkubo Toshimichi: The Bismarck of Japan

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University of California Press, 1964 - Japan - 376 pages
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Detailed study in the historical context, of a man who played the major role in bringing Japan from feudal society to modern nation in the mid-nineteenth century.
 

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Contents

Spirit and Structure of Old Japan
1
Okubos Formative Years
21
in Rebel Turns Moderate
40
rv Champion of the Restoration
67
Architect of Modern Japan
116
Statesman and Soldier
149
Statesman and Diplomat
184
Target of the Enemy 225
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