Far Eastern Governments and Politics: China and Japan

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Index
Aborigines in China, 86-87, 232, 244
Agriculture:
China, 35-36, 226, 242
modern Japan, 349
origins in Japan, 268
Ainu (Emishi), 292
Akihito, 490, 527
Allied Council for Japan (ACJ, Rengoku Nihon Rijikai), 460-468
establishment, 460
international cooperation, 467
personnel, 463-464
policy channels, 461
Allied objectives in Japan, 464-468
Allied Powers in Japan (see Far Eastern Commission and Allied Council for Japan)
Amaterasu Ōmikami (Sun Goddess), 262, 263, 276, 528
Amendment of Constitution, Japan:
under Meiji Constitution, 365-366
under New Constitution, 479
American Declaration of Independence, 4
American Occupation (see Occupation of Japan)
objectives, Japan, 465-467
An Lu-shan, 17
Ancestor worship, Japan, 261 fn.4
Anhwei Clique, 134, 135, 136
Arai Hakuseki, 314, 330, 333
Araki Sadao, 425-426, 427, 428
Aristocracy clique, Japan, 376-378
Army extremists, Japan, 424-426
Army Ministry, Japan (Rikugunshō), 358, 374, 388-390, 394-396, 424-426, 427-428, 490
National Safety Agency (Hoanchō), 529
Art and architecture, China, 38-41
Ashida Hitoshi, 533
Ashikaga, 307
Yoshimitsu, 299
Astrologers, 26
Atcheson, George, 450, 463
Atomic bombs, Japan, 440
Bakufu ("Tent Government"), 299, 316
Bakumatsu, 334-335
Ball, W. MacMahon, 450, 464
Barbarians of the four corners, 78
batsu (cliques), 376
Bill of Rights, China, 128, 176, 227-8
Bismarck, 358
Blood Brotherhood League, 428
Blücher (Galens), General, 147, 207
"Blue Shirts," 155
Board of Field Marshals, Fleet Admirals, 382
Bolshevik Revolution of 1917, 106, 147
Borodin, Michael, 138, 147, 207
Boxer rebellion, 42, 121, 122, 123, 124
Breakdown of the Chinese Empire, 92-95
British Commonwealth:
Occupation Forces (BCOF), 456-457
representative, ACJ, 450, 464
Buddhism and Japanese feudalism, 294
introduction to Japan, 275, 276-277
Meiji era, 369
buraku (see neighborhood association)
Bureaucrats (Kanryō; see Civil Service, Japan)
Burma and China, 20, 75, 76, 86, 89, 90, 93, 94
Bushi (military class), 296, 305
bushidō (way of the warrior), 304, 491
Cabinet, Japanese (Naikaku, see also Army Ministry, Navy Ministry, Im­ perial Household Ministry, Foreign Ministry):
administrative procedures, 393-394

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