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Japanese expansion on the Asiatic continent

Y. S. Kuno

Japanese expansion on the Asiatic continent

a study in the history of Japan with special reference to her internationalrelations with China, Korea, and Russia

by Y. S. Kuno

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Statementby Y.S. Kuno. Vol.1.
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Coins (New Haven, ), pp. See also Yoshi S. Kuno, Japanese Expansion on the Asiatic Continent, 2 vols (Berkeley, ), I:I I, It would be unwise to take Yoshimasa's words too literally here. Although it is clear that many areas of Japan, including the capital region, were experiencing severe problems at this time, other. Japanese blood had been spilt both in the Sino-Japanese War and especially in the Russo-Japanese War to gain Japan's rights in Manchuria and China. It was thus inconceivable that Japan could walk away from the economically advantageous position it built up over decades in Manchuria and to a lesser extent in China itself.

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Six months after Pearl Harbor, the Japanese Empire stretched from Manchuria in the north to New Guinea's jungle-clad Owen Stanley Range in the south. In the west, the empire began at the borders of India's Assam and continued to the Gilbert Islands in the South Pacific.

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