The Japanese and Sun Yat-sen

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Author: Marius B Jansen
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Hard Cover
1954 First Edition
Publisher - Harvard University Press, Cambridge
Cover is hard bound with black cloth.  Good condition.
Dust Jacket is present.  Edge-wear, tanning at edges, spine and inside, chips.  Reasonable condition.
End Papers are intact.
Preliminaries -  Dedication, Introduction, List of Contents.
Main Text Body - 222 Pages.   Fine and Clean.
End Matters – A Note on Sources, Notes, Index. 
Edges are even and unworn.    Foxing at top.
Spine is tight with no gutter damage.    Gilt lettering.
Page Structure is sound with no missing pages.

This work is a narrative of the relations between Chinese revolutionaries and their Japanese confederates from 1895 to 1915.  For much of Sun Yet-sen's life, Japan was his main base of operations, and the author seeks to explain and detail the personnel and extent of these operations.  This book is an extremely valuable and readable contribution to the understanding of Japanese-Chinese relations at the time and will be of interest to specialists in the history of modern China and Japan as well as students of international relations.
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