A hundred years after the Anglo-Japanese Alliance, this collection provides some first-hand accounts and some considered analysis of what led up to the negotiation of the Alliance and the reasons for its gradual disintegration. The views of both Japanese and British politicians and diplomats are given in the contemporary works reprinted here. Libraries and organizations interested in military and diplomatic history, and in relationships between Japan and Britain at a time of dramatic military activity in the region before and during World War I, should find this collection a valuable resource of long out-of-print works. Professor Ian Nish's introduction to the collection highlights the contribution each of these books makes towards a better understanding of what drove the alliance and what precipitated its decline.
Publisher: Palgrave USA
Number of pages: 2200
Weight: 5500 g
Dimensions: 216 x 138 x 28 mm
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