French Policy Towards the Bakufu and Meiji Japan 1854-95
Little serious work has been done on the policies towards Japan of countries other than the US or Britain in the seminal Meiji period. This study looks to fill this gap by investigating French policy from the opening of Japan to the Japanese triumph in the Sino-Japanese war.
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Technology and the Culture of Progress in Meiji Japan
David G. Wittner
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