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Title Japanese envoys in Britain, 1862-1964 : a century of diplomatic exchange / compiled and edited by Ian Nish
Published Folkestone : Global Oriental, 2007
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Contents Japanese Envoys in Britain,1862-1964; Contents; List of Contributors; Preface; Acknowledgements; Abbreviations; 1 THE JAPANESEEMBASSY INLONDON AND ITS BUILDINGS; 2 JAPANESE ENVOYSIN BRITAIN, 1862-72; 3. TERASHIMA MUNENORI (1832-93). Master of Early Meiji Diplomacy London, 1872-73; 4. UENO KAGENORI (1845-1888). A Most Influental Diplomat London, 1874-9; 5. MORI ARINORI (1847-89). From Diplomat to Statesman London, 1880-84; 6. KAWASE MASATAKA (1840-1919). The Longest-serving Envoy London, 1884-93; 7. AOKI SHŪZŌ (1844-1914). Brief Encounter London, 1894
15. MATSUI KEISHIRŌ (1868-1946). An Efficient Public Servant London, 1925-2816. MATSUDAIRA TSUNEO (1877-1949). Diplomat and Courtier London, 1929-35; 17. YOSHIDA SHIGERU (1878-1967). Difficult Years for Anglo-Japanese Relations London, 1936-38; 18. SHIGEMITSU MAMORU (188 7-1957). Critical Times in a Long, Ambivalent Career London, 1938-41; 19. INTERLUDE: Snapshots of the London Embassy in the 1930s; 20. INTERLUDE: A Diplomat's Daughter in the 1930s; 21. ASAKAI KŌICHIRŌ (1906-1995). High-ranking Envoy Reconnects with Britain London, 1951-54
22. MATSUMOTO SHUNICHI (1897-1988). First Post-war Ambassador London, 1952-5523. NISHI HARUHIKO (1893-1986). Conscientious and Patriotic Bureaucrat London, 1955-57; 24. OHNO KATSUMI (1905-2006). A Mission to Renew Anglo-Japanese Relations London, 1958-64; APPENDIXES; I List of Ministers/Ambassadors with Dates; II A Concise History of the Japanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs; Index
8. KATŌ TAKAAKI (1860-1926). A Remarkable Diplomat and Statesman London, Minister 1895-1900 Ambassador 1908-12; 9. HAYASHI TADASU, (1850-1913). Working for the Alliance London, 1900-06; 10. INTERLUDE: Life in the Legation/Embassy, 1884-1913; 11. KOMURA JUTARŌ (1855-1911). Great Statesman; Struggling Diplomat London, 1906-08; 12. INOUYE KATSUNOSUKE (1861-1929). A Highly-respected Envoy London, 1913-16; 13. CHINDA SUTEMI (1857-1929). Ambassador in Peace and War London, 1916-20; 14. HAYASHI GONSUKE (1860-1939). Leading the Way to the Washington Conference London, 1920-25
Summary This collection of essays on a century of official Japanese representation in the United Kingdom completes the history of bilateral diplomatic relations up to the mid-1960s, concluding with Ambassador Ohno Katsumi's highly successful six-year assignment in 1964
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
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Subject Diplomats -- Great Britain -- History.
Diplomats -- Japan -- History.
Great Britain -- Foreign relations -- 1837-1901.
Great Britain -- Foreign relations -- 20th century.
Great Britain -- Foreign relations -- Japan.
Japan -- Foreign relations -- 1868-
Japan -- Foreign relations -- Great Britain.
Genre/Form History.
Form Electronic book
Author Nish, Ian.
ISBN 9004213457 (electronic bk.)
9789004213456 (electronic bk.)