Japan and the world since 1868
"By the mid-nineteenth century Japan had given up the technology of firearms and not a single steam engine existed in the country. By 1906 it had taken on and defeated Russia in war; by 1942 its empire spanned almost a fifth of the globe. Only three years later the empire had gone and Japan, de...
|Main Author:||Barnhart, Michael A., 1951-|
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International relations and the great powers.