The pageant of Japanese history / by Marion May Dilts, illustrated by photogravures form Japanese art and drawings by Toyojiro Onishi.


New York ; Toronto : Longmans, Green and Company, 1938.

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Subjects Japan -- History.
Japan.
Description xvi pages, l leaves, 380 pages, including illustrations, maps (l double) plates ; 22 cm
Copyright Date 1938.
Notes "First edition."
Illustrated lining-papers.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Clues to the early settlers -- The dawn of history -- Nara, the first capital -- Buddhist priests and their Nara temples -- The imperial court -- The power and glory of the Fujiwaras -- Courtier gives place to provincial soldier -- The first military dictatorship -- Want and confusion -- Catholics and castles -- Peace at any price -- The golden age of the bourgeoisie -- When Perry came -- The second great change -- On the way to world power -- Uneasy Japan.
Genre History.
Geographic Area Japan
Network Numbers (OCoLC)1117008
(OCoLC)ocm01117008
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WorldCat Identities Dilts, Marion May.
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