Young, Arthur Morgan

Japan under Taisho Tenno : 1912-1926 / A. Morgan Young. - London ; New York : Routledge/Taylor & Francis Group, 2013, c1928. - 347 p. - Routledge library editions : Japan ; v. 53 . - Routledge library editions : Japan ; v. 53 .

An end and a beginning -- Katsura and the mob -- The Korean conspiracy -- Yamamoto and the naval scandals -- Japan on the eve of the Great War -- The outbreak of the Great War -- The making of emperors -- Japan’s reactions to the Great War -- Terauchi and his China policy -- Effect of America entering the war -- War prosperity in Japan -- The Hara government and intervention in Siberia -- The Kolchak adventure -- Social developments after the war -- The independence movement in Korea -- Japan and the peace of Versailles -- Strikes, trade unions and Patriotic societies -- The emperor -- The massacre at Nikolaevsk -- Shantung and the consortium -- The Hunchun rising -- A strange religion -- Morphia replaces opium -- The Anglo-Japanese Alliance -- The patriotic cult -- The great dockyard strikes -- A crop of scandals -- The murder of the premier -- The Washington conference -- Sitting tight in Siberia -- The end of the Siberian adventure -- Dissensions in all quarters -- The old and the new -- The great earthquake -- The highest and the lowest in the land -- A better Chinese policy -- Three remarkable trials -- Policies at home and abroad -- A stormy close to a short era -- The Taisho Tenno.

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