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On the Periphery of the Russo-Japanese War Part II

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  • Ian Nish
  • David Steeds
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    Steeds: David Davies, a young member of a prominent Welsh commercial/industrial family, spent the period between October 1904 and January 1905 in Japan, Korea and North China. His diary of the journey presents interesting background on conditions in Japan during what were crucial months in the Russo-Japanese war. Nish: SUEMATSU Kencho, a senior Japanese politician, was sent to Europe at the start of the Russo-Japanese war in order to improve the image of Japan in European countries and dispel the idea of the Yellow Peril. He became the main publicist for the Japanese war effort, lecturing, writing articles and publishing books. He stayed on after the Portsmouth Peace Treaty, returning to Japan in February 1906.

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    Paper provided by Suntory and Toyota International Centres for Economics and Related Disciplines, LSE in its series STICERD - International Studies Paper Series with number /2005/491.

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    Keywords: Davies; Russo-Japanese war; Korea; North China; Ainu; Dr Batchelor; Red Cross; Rendel; KOMURA Jutaro; Chefoo; Suematsu; Colonel Akashi; Yellow Peril; Kaneko; HAYASHI Tadasu; Japan Society of London; Takakusa; Tomoeda; TAKAHASHI Korekiyo; Prince Arisugawa; Stead.;

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