The Struggle for the Pacific

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INDEX OF NAMES
Abbas the Great106
Albuquerque110
Alexander I9844, 113, 19928
Alexander VI, Pope110
Almeida110
Archimbaud, Léon56
Balboa108, 115
Balfour130
Baranov78, 98-9944
Bayezid, Ottoman, Sultan106
Beaconsfield118, 264
Beg, Yakub20688
Behring76, 78
Bellinghausen77
Bessedovski, former first secretary of the Soviet Embassy in Paris 21098, 21198
Birileff, Captain137, 138
Borah, Senator21097
Borodin, M. (Grusenberg)169, 20485
Bright117
Bristol, Admiral242
Bubnoff, A. D., Rear-Admiral 249
Buelow129
Bulwer149
Cabot, Henry154
Cabot, John107
Cabral107
Caillaux, Joseph213
Cambon147
Canning, George113
Cartier, Jacques107
Catherine II126
Chamberlain, Joseph120, 129
Chang Tso-lin164, 173, 181
Charles V264
Charles (of Spain) 107
Chiang-Hsueh-liang181, 183
Chiang Kai-shek169, 170, 174, 181, 182, 183, 184, 191, 20586, 20995
Chicherin169, 21098
Chin, Northern Tungusic Kingdom 20994
Ch'in Shi-huang-ti, Emperor 9721
Ch'ing dynasty 60
Cho-shu144, 145, 177, 178, 179, 20891, 21098
Clausewitz213, 229
Clayton149
Cleveland152
Clive114, 116, 117, 118
Cobden117
Columbus107
Cook54
Courbet, Admiral140
Curzon, George N.126
Cushing, Caleb20061
Debuchi, former Ambassador187
Delcassé147
Deshnev, Semen76
Dias, Bartholomeo110
Disraeli, vide Beaconsfield
Drake, Francis115, 116
Elizabeth (of Russia) 19820
Elizabeth, Queen264
Elliot, Captain117
Eno-moto138
Feng-Yu-hsiang, General181, 184
Ferry, Jules119, 121
Fillmore, President137
Forster120
François I264
Froude120

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  • Title Page 5
  • Preface 9
  • Contents 13
  • List of Maps 15
  • Chapter I The Pacific World In The Making 17
  • Notes to Chapter I 95
  • Chapter II Rivalries in the Pacific 102
  • Notes to Chapter II 197
  • Chapter III War and Strategy 213
  • Notes to Chapter III 255
  • Epilogue 263
  • Bibliography 271
  • Index of Names 289
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