Togo and the Rise of Japanese Sea Power

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TOGO AND THE RISE OF JAPANESE SEA POWER

BY
EDWIN A. FALK
Author of Fighting Bob Evans

WITH A FOREWORD BY
REAR ADMIRAL BRADLEY A. FISKE, U.S.N., retired

LONGMANS, GREEN AND CO.
NEW YORK · TORONTO
1936

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents xi
  • Togo and the Rise Of Japanese Sea Power 1
  • Chapter II In Perry's Wake 22
  • Chapter III The Bombardment of Kagoshima 36
  • Chapter IV Civil War 56
  • Chapter V The Decks That Nelson Trod 83
  • Chapter VI Rise and Command 105
  • Chapter VII The Hawaiian Revolution 133
  • Chapter VIII The Kowshing 152
  • Chapter IX The Battle of the Yalu 176
  • Chapter X Wei-Hai-Wei 199
  • Chapter XI The Pescadores and Formosa 221
  • Chapter XII The Boxer Uprising 241
  • Chapter XIII Port Arthur 278
  • Chapter XIV Makaroff and Vitgeft 307
  • Chapter XV The Battle of the Yellow Sea 332
  • Chapter XVI The Battle of Ulsan 349
  • Chapter XVII The Last Challenge 359
  • Chapter XVIII Contact 379
  • Chapter XIX The Great Battle 390
  • Chapter XX Battle's End 404
  • Chapter XXI Battle's Fruits 416
  • Chapter XXII Halo and Parity 428
  • Index 475
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