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A Diplomat in Japan Part II

by Ernest Mason Satow
Publisher: Ian Ruxton
Release Date: 2009-09
Genre: History
Pages: 176 pages
ISBN 13: 0877882487
ISBN 10: 9780877882480
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Synopsis : A Diplomat in Japan Part II written by Ernest Mason Satow, published by Ian Ruxton which was released on 2009-09. Download A Diplomat in Japan Part II Books now! Available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. The unabridged diaries in this volume, carefully transcribed from original documents held at the U.K. National Archives and published for the first time on lulu.com, tell the story of Ernest Satow's subsequent years in Japan (and home ... -- LARGE PAPERBACK. Sir Ernest Satow's well-known best-seller "A Diplomat in Japan" (first published in 1921) which is still widely available is based mainly on his diaries ("journals") for 1862-69. The unabridged diaries in this volume, carefully transcribed from original documents held at the U.K. National Archives and published for the first time on lulu.com, tell the story of Ernest Satow's subsequent years in Japan (and two home leaves in Europe) up until the start of 1883. This fully annotated book includes an introduction by former U.K. Ambassador to Japan Sir Hugh Cortazzi, six black & white illustrations, a map, a select bibliogaphy, a chronology and an index. This book is part of a series in which some of the extensive and hitherto unpublished Satow Papers are being made available in print and as a download to scholars and the general reading public on lulu.com by Ian Ruxton. (It is also available from retail bookstores online, and can be ordered by bricks-and-mortar bookstores.) LCCN: 2009909316

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