INDEX
(Note. Where words are listed in the glossary, the glossary page reference is given first.)
Abe Isoo, 231
Abe Masahiro, 46, 53, 58-60, 63
Aberdeen, Lord, 43
Adachi Kenzo, 225
Administrative reform, 126-9, 221, 252-3
Adoption, 309-10
Agriculture, Tokugawa period, 17-20, 22-3, 26-7, 33-4, 35-6; Meiji period, 121, 125-6, 141-4, 147, 183; since 1912, 217-19, 229-30, 242, 286-7, 303, 311, 313-14
Aizawa Saburo, 249-50
Aizawa Seishisai, 50-1, 52-3
Aizu, 7, 73, 82, 85, 86, 90, 98-9
Alcock, Sir Rutherford, 78, 79-80
America, see United States
Amur, River, 44, 62
Amur River Society, seeKokuryukai
Anami Korechika, 276, 277, 278
Ando Nobumasa, 80
Anglo-Japanese Alliance, 168-70, 171, 173, 175, 176, 201, 210-11
Anti-Comintern Pact, 266
Anti-foreign feeling, 68-9, 73-4, 89-90, 113, 193, 236-41, 255-7, 258-9; see alsojo-i
Aomori, 146, 185
Araki Sadao, 237, 244, 249, 250
Architecture, 154, 186-7
Army, development of, 112, 119, 136-7, 164-5, 223, 290; policies of, 208-10, 212, 223-4, 244-6, 249, 251-2, 252-7, 259, 266-7, 269-70, 276-8; politics in, 239-41, 242-4, 247, 248-52, 260
Arnold, Edwin, 169
Arrow War, 62, 63, 69
Art, 15, 153-4, 157, 315
Asano company, 148
Ashida Hitoshi, 283
Assassination, 74, 75, 78-9, 80-1, 119, 175, 222, 224, 241, 243, 246, 247
Atomic bombs, 277, 298
Australia, 208, 258, 271, 274, 280, 293
Ba Maw, 272
Bakufu, 327; administration, 3-8, 69; finances, 4, 6-8, 21-8; succession question, 71-3; foreign policy, 2, 38-43, 46-7, 55-6, 57-70, 73, 76-85, 87-9, 94-6; and study of the West, 55, 95, 134-5; and the Imperial Court, 3, 51-2, 68-9, 70, 72-3, 74, 79, 81-4, 85-7, 88-9, 95-7; opposition to, 51-2, 70-5, 81-4, 85-7, 89-97; defeat of, 98-9
Baseball, 158, 315
Bataan, 271
Biddle, James, 44-5
Black Dragon Society, seeKokuryukai
Boissonade de Fontarabie, Gustave, 138
Bowring, Sir John, 61
Boxer risings, 167, 168, 169
Brinkley, Frank, 169
Britain, Tokugawa relations with, 38-9, 40-4, 46, 47, 54, 61-2, 62-6, 69-70, 78-81, 83, 84-5, 87-9, 94; and Satsuma, 80-1, 83, 84-5, 94; relations with, since 1868, 137, 159-60, 166-70, 171,

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