2 edition of A Bibliography of the Japanese Empire found in the catalog.
A Bibliography of the Japanese Empire
Friedrich Von Wenckstern
by Oak Knoll Press
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||825|
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(Vith Year of Ansei-Xxvith of Meiji), Vo by Friedrich Wenckstern. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Originally published: London: Edward Goldston, (2 v.). "Being a classified list of the literature issued in European languages since the publication of Fr.
von Wenckstern's "Bibliography of the Japanese empire" up to the year ". 5) For both books and articles in English (and other European languages) about Japan that were published in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, and can thus serve as important primary materials, you should consult the earliest Western-language bibliography of Japan, Friedrich von Wenckstern, A Bibliography of the Japanese Empire (in 2.
A bibliography of the Japanese empire: being a classified list of all books, essays and maps in European languages relating to Dai Nihon (Great Japan) published in Europe, America and in the East from A.D.
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As Japan modernized and became the one non-European great power, its leaders concluded that an empire on the Asian mainland required the containment of Russia.4/5(6).
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von (Friedrich) View full catalog record. Rights: Public Domain in. The Rising Sun: The Decline and Fall of the Japanese Empire. This is a Pulitzer Prize winning book, you must check it out. It covers the time period of World War II, before and after and follows the dramatic rise and fall of this powerful nation.
'In clear and vibrant prose, Paine leads the reader through a tumultuous century and a half of Japanese history, focusing on the way Japan’s leaders positioned their country in the world, from the Meiji period, through the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, Cited by: 7.
The following sources were consulted during the making of Japan: Memoirs of a Secret Empire. Adams, William, Letters of William Adams, reprinted. Auslin, Michael, Negotiating with Imperialism: The.
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Publication info. Bibliography of the japanese empire being a classified list of all books, essays and maps in european languages relating to dai nihon (great japan) publ in europe, america and in the east.
Users without a subscription are not able to see the full content. A Bibliography of books on Japan. ART. Addiss, Stephen.
Japanese Ghosts & Demons: Art of the Supernatural. George Braziller (). ISBN The art is Edo period woodblock prints, however, it provides a good overview of the folklore which inspired it. Anderson, Charlotte & Vilhar, Gorazd. Matsuri: World of Japanese Festivals.
Drea, Edward J. Japan's Imperial Army: Its Rise and Fall, - () online Edgerton, Robert B. Warriors of the Rising Sun: A History of the Japanese Military () online Farris, William Wayne.
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[Database of Chinese Classic Ancient Books]. Beijing: Beijing Airusheng shuzihua jishu yanjiu : Haruko Nakamura. (Bibliography of the Japanese Empire -here) I have not personally examined a regular edition.
If the Wenckstern description of that book is correct it has five less plates (36 vs 41) than the book described here.WENCKSTERN, FRIEDRICH VON: BIBLIOGRAPHY OF THE JAPANESE EMPIRE Being a classified list of all books, essays and maps inEuropean languages relating to Dai Nihon (Great Japan)published in Europe, America and in the East.
Reprint. Back volumes and back issues available from Periodicals Service Company (PSC).Bibliography of the Japanese Empire by Fr. Von Wenckstern. 2 Vols. x 18 cms. Quarto, bound in buckram.
This encyclopedic work is complete in 2 vols. The first covering the years and the second volume covering the years The original edition were published in and The first vol. includes a reprint of Catalogue des Ouvrage Relatif au Japon by Leon Pages.