The Far East on World Politics: A Study in Recent History
This book discusses a short historical introduction of the foreign relations with China and Japan. The book consists of 13 chapters about the development of the Eastern trade, the opening of the gates, the westernizers, the European Empires, the railway across Asia, the battle of the concessions, the Anglo-Japanese Alliance, the repulse of Russia, the eviction of Germany, the Washington Treaties, the March of the Kuomintang, Manchukuo, and conclusion. This book is suitable for research on foreign relations between China, Japan, and the world.
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