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Japan Awakened Asia—A Miracle of the 20th Century The Road to the Independence of India PART 4 : Chapter 3 Rash Behari Bose and Japan

By Probir Bikash Sarker,

1 Chapter 3 Rash Behari Bose and Japan Touyama Mitsuru, Behari Bose and Tagore In this chapter, we deal first with Rash Behari Bose. He was born in May 1886 in a village called Subruda in the Buldum district of Bengal. Since he was you…
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Japan Awakened Asia—A Miracle of the 20th Century The Road to the Independence of India PART 3 : Chapter 2 Tagore and Okakura Tenshin

By Probir Bikash Sarker,

Chapter 2 Tagore and Okakura Tenshin “Modern Renaissance man” Tagore Tagore was not merely a poet but also a great, multi-talented genius. During his eighty years’ lifetime, he acquired profound knowledge widely covering music, no…
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THE ROAD TO THE GREATER EAST ASIAN WAR NAKAMURA AKIRA PART 11: CHAPTER 3 : The Russo-Japanese War : 4. JAPAN BATTLES RUSSIA IN DESPERATE STRUGGLE FOR SURVIVAL

By Nakamura Akira,

4. JAPAN BATTLES RUSSIA IN DESPERATE STRUGGLE FOR SURVIVAL Negotiations with Russia break down Now I shall resume my discussion of the fraught relationship between Japan and Russia. In August 1903 it became obvious that Russia had designs…
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Japan Awakened Asia—A Miracle of the 20th Century The Road to the Independence of India PART 2 : Chapter 1 The beginning of exchanges between Japan and Bengal

By Probir Bikash Sarker,

Chapter 1 The beginning of exchanges between Japan and Bengal The exchanges during the early modern period The relationship between Japan and India is generally said to have begun with the official introduction of Buddhism into Japan …
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THE ROAD TO THE GREATER EAST ASIAN WAR NAKAMURA AKIRA PART 10: CHAPTER 3 : The Russo-Japanese War : Russia’s southward advance; Anglo-Japanese Alliance

By Nakamura Akira,

CHAPER 3: THE RUSSO-JAPANESE WAR Russia’s southward advance; Anglo-Japanese Alliance Japan and the Boxer Rebellion Just as the Donghak Peasant Revolution set the scene for the 1st Sino-Japanese War, the Boxer Rebellion did likewise for…
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Japan Awakened Asia—A Miracle of the 20th Century The Road to the Independence of India PART 1 : Introduction

By Probir Bikash Sarker,

Japan Awakened Asia—A Miracle of the 20th Century The Road to the Independence of India —A Story to Be Passed Down to the Next Generation By Probir Bikash Sarker Introduction From an address by Prime Minister Abe Shinzo in Indi…
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THE ROAD TO THE GREATER EAST ASIAN WAR NAKAMURA AKIRA PART 9: CHAPTER 3 : The Russo-Japanese War : US EXPANSION INTO THE PACIFIC; OPEN DOOR POLICY

By Nakamura Akira,

2. US EXPANSION INTO THE PACIFIC; OPEN DOOR POLICY US defines new borders As stated above, 1898 was the year when the great powers greedily encroached upon China. The Americans did not participate in those rapacious activities, but 1898 r…
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THE ROAD TO THE GREATER EAST ASIAN WAR NAKAMURA AKIRA PART 8: CHAPTER 3 : The Russo-Japanese War : High cost of the Triple Intervention

By Nakamura Akira,

High cost of the Triple Intervention Secret pact between Russia and China The primary cause of the turmoil in the Far East that commenced with the Russo-Japanese War and culminated in the Manchurian Incident was monumentally foolish polic…
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THE ROAD TO THE GREATER EAST ASIAN WAR NAKAMURA AKIRA PART 7: CHAPTER 2 : THE 1ST SINO-JAPANESE WAR : The Gabo Reforms: beginning of Korean modernization

By Nakamura Akira,

Korea and the 1st Sino-Japanese War The Gabo Reforms: beginning of Korean modernization Because Korea objected strenuously, with enthusiastic Chinese support, to domestic reforms proposed by Japan, the Japanese decided to take matters int…
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THE ROAD TO THE GREATER EAST ASIAN WAR NAKAMURA AKIRA PART 6: CHAPTER 2 : THE 1ST SINO-JAPANESE WAR : TREATY OF SHIMONOSEKI AND THE TRIPLE INTERVENTION

By Nakamura Akira,

3. TREATY OF SHIMONOSEKI AND THE TRIPLE INTERVENTION Pitting one barbarian against another Defying the world’s expectations, the Japanese handed China a resounding defeat. Triumphing in battle after battle, the Japanese gathered so mu…
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