3 edition of Some Japanese views on American-Japanese relations found in the catalog.
Some Japanese views on American-Japanese relations
American Institute of Pacific Relations.
by Distributed by American Institute of Pacific Relations in New York
Written in English
|Other titles||Japanese views on American-Japanese relations.|
|Statement||Japanese statements and papers presented at the Conference on Japanese-American Relations, held in Honolulu, January 17-20, 1953, under the joint auspices of the Institute of Pacific Relations of Hawaii & the Japan Institute of Pacific Relations.|
|LC Classifications||DS889 .A63|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||25|
|LC Control Number||53004064|
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Some Japanese views on American-Japanese relations. New York, Distributed by American Institute of Pacific Relations, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: American Institute of Pacific Relations.
OCLC Number: Notes: Cover title. Description: 25 leaves 28 cm: Other Titles: Japanese views on American. Japan–United States relations (米日関係, Beinichi Kankei) refers to international relations between Japan and the United ons began in the late 18th and early 19th century, with the diplomatic but force-backed missions of U.S.
ship captains James Glynn and Matthew C. Perry to the Tokugawa shogunate. The countries maintained relatively cordial relations after ador Shinsuke J. Sugiyama [ja]:.
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AMERICAN JAPANESE RELATIONS?A REVIEW By George Heber Jones, D.D. A notable book on the above title has been produced by Mr. Kawakami, the New York correspondent of the Yorodzu and is datedmaking it the latest utterance on this interesting subject.
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