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書名 Morrison pahphlets [microform]. 180 / Toyo Bunko
出版項 Tokyo : Toyo Bunko, [1999]
館藏地 索書號 處理狀態 OPAC 訊息 條碼
 傅斯年圖書館視聽室  MF DS503.5 M878  v.180(ROLL 8645)    在架上    30530001112366
說明 1 microfilm reels ; 35 mm
系列 東洋文庫. モリソン文庫
附註 File no.: P-III-b-603~645
主題 East Asia -- Collected works
Alt Author Toyo Bunko (Japan). Nanposhi Kenkyu Iinkai
Heuvel, J. van den. Le siège de la Chine (P-III-b-603)
Smith, Arthur H. China a year after the Siege in Peking (P-III-b-604)
Smith, Arthur H. The political causes of the uprising in China (P-III-b-605)
Payen, Cecile E. Besieged in Peking. The diary of a visitor at the United States Legation (P-III-b-606)
Reinsch, Paul S. China against the world, The National Uprising against Foreigners (P-III-b-607-1)
Stevens, D. W. Japan's attitude toward China (P-III-b-607-2)
Forsyth, R. C. Narrative of massacres in Shansi July, 1900 (P-III-b-608)
Little, R. H. "Loafin' round" with the engineers (P-III-b-609)
Fox, John. On the war-dragon's trail (P-III-b-610-1)
Millard, Thomas F. New features of war as illustrated in the East (P-III-b-610-2)
Calchas, J. L. Garvin. First principles in the Far East (P-III-b-611)
Calchas, J. L. Garvin. The new German intrigue: a note of warning (P-III-b-612)
Colquhoun, Archibald R. China in Transformation and the War (P-III-b-613)
Stead, Alfred. The war and international opinion (P-III-b-614)
Stead, Alfred. The war in the Far East (P-III-b-615)
Stead, Alfred. The Far Eastern problem (P-III-b-616)
Stead, Alfred. Port Arthur - and after (P-III-b-617)
Barry, Richard. How Port Arthur fell (P-III-b-618)
Adachi, Kinnosuke. A cadet at the Batttle of the Yalu. A story of the Japnese-Chinese war (P-III-b-619)
Maxey, Edwin. Crises in Japanese history. II. The Chino-Japanese War (P-III-b-620)
Mitchell-Innes, N. G. The dragon and the chrysanthemum (P-III-b-621)
Jenks, Jeremiah W. Japan in China (P-III-b-622)
Kawakami, Karl Kiyoshi. The Chinese policy of Japan (P-III-b-623)
Jenks, Jeremiah W. Japan's Acts in China (P-III-b-624)
Iyenaga, T. The New Chino-Japanese Treaties and their Import (P-III-b-625)
Denby, Charles. How peace was made between China and Japan (P-III-b-626)
Crow, Carl. Japan's hand in China. The "Five groups of demands" and their sinister significance. How Japan has taken advantage of China's weakness while Europe's back is turned (P-III-b-627)
McGiffin, N. The battle of the Yalu. Personal recollections by the Commander of the Chinese Ironclad "Chen Yuen" (P-III-b-628)
Mahan, A. T. Lessons from the Yalu Fight. Comments on commander McGiffin's Article by the Author of "Influence of Sea Power upon History" (P-III-b-629)
Lephay, J. La Bataille Navale du Yalu d'après les Renseignements français et etrangers les plus récents. (Dec., 1894.) (P-III-b-630)
Hisa, Michitaro. The significance of the Japan-China War (P-III-b-631)
Johnston, Charles. Sergé Iulitch Witté (P-III-b-635)
Stanton, A. G. Tea (P-III-b-637)
Ford, Alexander Hume. The Chinese Eastern railway. Russia's conquest in China. The important aid rendered by American tools and machinery (P-III-b-638)
Boulger, Demetrius C. The problem of high Asia (P-III-b-639)
Martin, Ch. E. Notes sur le Massacre de Tien-tsin (P-III-b-641)
Magee, Thomas. China's menace to the world (P-III-b-642)
Sheffield, D. Z. The Influence of the Western World on China. Progress, mistakes, and responsibilities (P-III-b-643)
Holcombe, Chester. What of China? (P-III-b-644)
Martin, W. A. P. As the Chinese see us (P-III-b-645)
Alt Title Morrison pamphlet. 180
Cassell's history of the Russo-Japanese war (P-III-b-632)
The last scenes in the Russo-Japanese drama (P-III-b-633)
The battle of Tsushima (P-III-b-634)
Why Russia went to war with Japan. The story of the Yalu Concession (P-III-b-636)
Russia's Line of least Resistance (P-III-b-640)
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