The Struggle for the Pacific

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NOTES TO CHAPTER II
1.
". . . qu'il n'est, pour ainsi dire, pas un moment de notre histoire occidentale l'on puisse sans dommage faire abstraction de l'histoire de l'Asie," L. Halphen, "La Place de l'Asie dans l'Histoire du Monde", Revue historique, vol. cxlii, p. 13.
2.
For the history of Asia I have used F. E. A. Krause, Geschichte Ostasiens, Göttingen, 1925, two vols.; René Grousset, Histoire de l'Asie, Paris, 1922; E. H. Parker, A Thousand Years of the Tartars, London, 1875.
3.
A. and E. Kulischer, Kriegs-und Wanderzüge. Weltgeschichte als Volkerbewegung, Berlin and Leipzig, 1932, p. 65 sq.; E. Chavannes, Documents sur les Tou-kioue (Turcs) occidentaux, St. Petersburg, 1903, p. 264 sq.
4.
On the history of the "Steppe-imperialism," besides the works above quoted, also N. P. Toll, Skify i gunny, Praga, 1928 ( Russ., "Scythians and Huns"); G. W. Vernadsky, Opyt istoriji Evrasiji, Berlin, 1934 ( Russ., "Essay on the History of Eurasia").
5.
K. Haushofer, Geopolitik des Pacifischen Ozeans, Berlin, 1924, p. 429.
6.
"At that time (i.e. in the second half of the sixteenth century) all that was worth claiming along the ocean sea-board of Africa from Morocco to the Red Sea was, in name at least, theirs; and wherever a European State had asserted political or trading powers along the southern coasts of Asia from Aden to the Moluccas, that State was Portugal. Her eastern capital, religious, commercial, and political, was fixed at Goa on the Malabar coast, and there she maintained a strong fleet" ( W. H. Woodward, A Short History of the Expansion of the British Empire, 1500-1902, Cambridge, 1907).
7.
For the history of colonial policies I have used Paul Leroy- Beaulieu , De la Colonisation chez les Peuples modernes, Paris, 1891 ( 4e ed.); H. E. Egerton, The Origin and Growth of the English Colonies and of Their System of Government, Oxford, 1903; W. H. Woodward, and L. C. A. Knowles, The Economic Development of the British Overseas Empire, London, 1928.
8.
"I called the New World into existence to redress the balance of the Old" (cf. Harold Temperley, The Foreign Policy of Canning, 1822-1827, London, 1925).
9.
Cf. Albert Bushnell Hart, The Monroe Doctrine: An Interpretation, Boston, 1916; Hermann G. James and Percy A. Martin, The Republics of Latin America, New York, London, 1923, p. 449 sq.
10.
F. E. A. Krause, l.c., vol. ii, pp. 319 and 465; Prince Varanaidya, "Le Statut International du Siam" in Académie Diplomatique Internationale, January-March, 1933, p. 55.
11.
T. Dennet, Americans in Eastern Asia, New York, 1922, p. 298.

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