Asia and Western Dominance: A Survey of the Vasco Da Gama Epoch of Asian History, 1498-1945

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ASIA AND WESTERN DOMINANCE
A Survey of the Vasco Da Gama Epoch of Asian History 1498-1945

BY

K. M. PANIKKAR

London

GEORGE ALLEN & UNWIN LTD

RUSKIN HOUSE MUSEUM STREET

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  • Title Page 3
  • Acknowledgments 5
  • Contents 7
  • Illustrations 9
  • Introduction 11
  • Part I - The Age of Expansion 1498-1750 21
  • Chapter I - India and the Indian Ocean 23
  • Chapter 2 - China and Japan 90
  • Part II - The Age of Conquest 1750-1858 91
  • Chapter I - India and the Islands 93
  • Chapter 2 - China 120
  • Part III - The Age of Empire 1858-1914 141
  • Chapter I - India *
  • Chapter 2 - China 199
  • Chapter 3 - Japan 201
  • Chapter 4 - South-East Asia 214
  • Chapter 5 - Siam 224
  • Part IV - Russia and the Far East 229
  • Chapter I - Before the Revolution 231
  • Chapter 2 - Asia and the Russian Revolution 248
  • Part V - Europe in Retreat 1918-1939 257
  • Chapter I - The European Civil War and Its Effects 259
  • Chapter 2 - India 267
  • Chapter 3 - China 275
  • Chapter 4 - Japan 292
  • Chapter 5 - Elsewhere in Asia 309
  • Part VI - The Recovery of Asia 313
  • Chapter I - General 315
  • Chapter 2 - India 319
  • Chapter 3 - Japan 339
  • Chapter 4 - China 348
  • Chapter 5 - The Lesser Countries of Asia 370
  • Part VII - Christian Missions 373
  • Chapter I - Christianity: the First Phase 375
  • Chapter 2 - India: Beginnings 380
  • Chapter 3 - The Far East Until 1723 387
  • Chapter 4 - Japan Until 1638 413
  • Chapter 5 - India, 1660-1857 418
  • Chapter 6 - China, 1723-1911 423
  • Chapter 7 - Japan in the Nineteenth Century 436
  • Chapter 8 - Indo-China, Burma, Siam and Indonesia 440
  • Chapter 9 - The Decline of Missionary Effort in India 445
  • Chapter 10 - The Decline in China 449
  • Chapter II - The Failure of the Christian Missions 456
  • Part VIII - Oriental Influences in Europe 459
  • Chapter 1 - Cultural Influences 461
  • Chapter 2 - The Influences on European Thought 471
  • Conclusion 479
  • Index 510
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