3 edition of Emergence of Japan as a world power, 1895-1925. found in the catalog.
Translation of (romanized : Nihon gaiko seisaku no shiteki Kosatsu) ; first published in 1938 under title : (romanized : Teikoku gaiko no kihon seisaku.6
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