A History of Japan, 1582-1941: Internal and External Worlds

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Index
Abe Masahiro, 111, 113, 114, 164, 171, 175, 181, 182, 183 see also Tokugawa: Tokugawa Nariaki
Adams, Will, 33 agriculture crisis 1934–5 in Tohoku, 253, 262 falling incomes 1930s, 250, 252, 253 relative decline of, 252 see also rice
Ainu, 19, 50, 97, 98, 227 revolt 1789, 138, 143–5 see also Ezo islands
Aizawa Seishisai, 117, 136 1824 interviewed whalers, 153–5 kokutai, 157 Shinron, 157, 263 bible of shishi, 187 see also Christianity
Alcock, Sir Rutherford, 172, 188, 189
Allied Occupation, 17, 278, 279–80, 291 see also MacArthur
Andō Shōeki, 116, 117, 125, 284
Aoki Rinzō, 176
Arabs, 24
Arai Hakuseki, 95, 107, 110, 111, 124, 230
armed forces, 6, 9 absence of Tokugawa, 57 and constitution, 16 and emperor, 222 and politics, 269 see also cabinets and 'Shōwa Restoration', 262–3 army, early Meiji, 11, 208 armaments expenditure 1860s, 189–90, 191 changing leadership and character, 225–6, 258, 260 farmer-soldiers, Tonden hei (Hokkaido), 228 outlay 1919–22, 257 militarism, 9, 17 militarist critique of society, 255, 259, 261, 262 self-defence force (jieitei), 281 tensions between army and navy, 259–60, 270, 277–8 see also constitution, emperor, navy
Aston, W. G., 320
Baba Sajūrō, 149, 150, 151, 153
bakufu, see shogunate
banking, 251, 288
Banshowagegoyō (bureau for translating foreign books), 14, 129, 149–51, 318 establishment of Bansho-shirabesho, 185–6
barley, 23 see also rice consumption: substitution for coarser grains
Beasley, W. G., 308, 309
Benyowsky, Moric Alasdar, 95, 97, 137, 146 memoirs translated into Japanese, 97
Bird, Isabella, 172
Boissonade de Fontarabie, Gustave Emile, 206
Borton, Hugh, 283–4, 315
Bougainville Louis Antoine de, 97
Broughton, W. R., 47, 65, 140, 141, 142, 156
Buddhism, Buddhist, 18, 134, 226 priests, 59, 62 as early educators, 122–3 see also education, Tokugawa times
bugyo, bugyo posts, 59–60, 112 see also kanjō bugyō, Nagasaki: bugyo office
Burma railway, 278
bushido, 6, 17, 265–7 Hagure, 266, 267, 304 see also Nitobe InazM

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