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Kinse shiriaku = A history of Japan from the first visit of Commodore Perry in 1853 to the capture of Hakodate by the Mikado's forces in 1869 / translated from the Japanese by Sir Ernest Mason Satow
Bib ID 82547
Format BookBook
Author
Yamaguchi, Ken
 
Uniform Title Kinsei shiryaku. English
Edition Rev. ed. / with supplementary notes by Shuziro Watanabe. 
Description Tokyo : Naigwai Shuppan Kyokwai, 1906 
v., 178 p. ; 19 cm. 
Notes

Author's pref. is signed: Shozan Yashi.

Translation of: Kinse shiriaku.

Subjects Japan -- History -- Restoration, 1853-1870.
Other authors/contributors Satow, Ernest Mason, Sir, 1843-1929  |  Watanabe, Shuziro
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History of Japan from the first visit of Commodore Perry in 1853 to the capture of Hakodate by the Mikado's Forces in 1869

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