Japan's Foreign Relations

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Japan's Foreign Relations

By Roy Hidemichi Akagi
G. E. Stechert Press, 1936
560 pp. $4.00

A brief treatment of the period after 1542, followed by a much more detailed survey of Japanese policy since the opening of the country. The book is intended as a general text and has neither documentation nor bibliography. Within its limitations, however, it seems to be a competent account.

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