The Anglo-Japanese Alliance, 1902-22

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Index
(Ship names are in italics)
a
Abrahams, Louis 187
Adams, William 209
Ainscough, Thomas 259
Akashi134 , 143
Akira, Sugiyama 14 - 15
Akiyama Saneyuki 132 -4
Alcock, Rutherford 209
Algerine30 , 39
Alston, Beilby 278
Amoy Incident 38
Anglo-Japanese Bank 184 -5
Anthony Gibbs & Co 68 -9
Aoki, J (Japanese Foreign Minister) 16 - 17
Asahi8 , 11
Asama66 -7, 141
Aso142
Asquith, Henry H. 160
Atago37
Audacious31
Australia140
Azuma, Capt Japanese Navy 92 -4

b
Balfour, Arthur 49 , 83 , 87 , 145 ;
view of Anglo-Japanese Relations while Prime Minister 52 -6;
at Washington Conference 280 -1
Ballard, George 145
Bandinel, Frederic 76
Baraktullah, Maulvi Muhammad 238
Barfleur36
Barings Bank 180 , 184
Barnardiston, N. 164
Barr & Stroud 260
Battenberg, Lord Louis, 41 , 87 -9
Beardsley, Aubrey 212 -16
Beatty, Admiral David 236 , 246 ;
views of Britain's position between Japan and the United States 257
Bentick, C. H. 278
Beresford, Admiral Lord Charles 13 , 36 , 89 - 90 , 125
Bing, Siegfried 211 , 220
Bismarck, Otto von 103 , 113
Bland, J. O. P. 76
Boer War 49 , 64
Bose, Rash Behari 236 , 239 -40, 243
Boulger, Demetrius 225 -6
Boxer Rebellion 14 - 15 , 27 , 33 , 64 , 83 ;
and effect on Anglo-Japanese relations 16 - 17 , 37 -8
Brand, Hubert 250
Bridge, Cyprian 31 -2, 39 - 41 , 70 , 84 - 91
Browne, Lt Col G. F. 37
Bruce, S. M. 154
Buller, Admiral Sir Alexander 35 -6
Bulow, German Chancellor W. 18
Burgoyne, Alan 125
Burty, Phillipe 209 , 211

c
Caesar89
Calchas93
Caldwell, R. W. 154
Cameron, Donald 73
Campbell-Bannerman, Henry 160
Cardew, Captain A. M, 238 , 241
Chamberlain, Austen 54 -5
Chamberlain, Joseph 18 , 50 , 273 ;
proposes Anglo-Japanese Alliance 11 - 12
Chamberlain, Neville 267
Chatfield, Admiral Sir Ernle 267
Chelmsford, Lord, 243
Chikuma141 -4

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