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Olive Checkland
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978-0333483466
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0333483464
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Palgrave Macmillan; 1989 edition (June 18, 1989)
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Britain's Encounter with Meiji Japan, 1868-1912. Authors: Checkland, Olive. During the Meiji Era, of 1868-1912, British influence in Japan was stronger than that of any other foreign power.

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Автор: Olive Checkland Название: Britain& Encounter with Meiji Japan, 1868-1912 Издательство: Springer .

Handle: RePEc:hit:ecorev:v:44:y:1993:i:4:p:381-382. as. HTML HTML with abstract plain text plain text with abstract BibTeX RIS (EndNote, RefMan, ProCite) ReDIF JSON. More about this item.

Respect and Consideration: Britain in Japan 1853 – 1868 and beyond. Scottish Samurai: Thomas Blake Glover, 1838–1911 (Canongate Books, 2012)

Britain’s Encounter with Meiji Japan, 1868–1912 (1989). Respect and Consideration: Britain in Japan 1853 – 1868 and beyond. Radiance Press (2011). Scottish Samurai: Thomas Blake Glover, 1838–1911 (Canongate Books, 2012). Marder, Arthur J. Old Friends, New Enemies: The Royal Navy and the Imperial Japanese Navy, vol. 1: Strategic illusions, 1936–1941(1981); Old Friends, New Enemies: The Royal Navy and the Imperial Japanese Navy, vol. 2: The Pacific War, 1942–1945 (1990).

Olive Checkland was a British writer and university professor. This was followed in 1980 by her work on Philanthrophy in Victorian Scotland - Social Welfare and the Voluntary Principle, and her history of the Queen Margaret Union 1890-1980: Women in the University of Glasgow. This book celebrates the emergence of the Scots and Scotland from centuries of poverty and backwardness as the nineteenth century saw Scottish locomotives and ships working on land and sea throughout the world, and Scottish technology leading the way.

Series: Routledge Library of Modern Japan. Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read. Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them.

Checkland, Olive, 1989 Britain's Encounter with Meiji Japan, 1868-1912 The MacMillan Press Lt. Basingstoke (GUL L8 History VX 23. 7 CHE). 1994 Japanese nineteenth-century copperplate prints British Museum, London (GUL L12 Sp Coll Whistler f36). 1980 The art of Japanese prints Octopus, London (GUL L11 Fine Arts E1183 ILL).

During the Meiji Era, of 1868-1912, British influence in Japan was stronger than that of any other foreign power. Although role models were sought from Englishmen and Scotsmen, whether diplomats, engineers, educators or philosophers, the first priority for the Japanese was to achieve a transfer of industrial and technical skills. As important customers, who brought good profits to British industry, the Japanese were accommodated when they stipulated on awarding a contract that their own people should work in office, shipyard or factory. Much new research material discovered in Japan, England and Scotland has enabled the detailed examination of a relationship - with Britain as Senior and Japan as Junior partner - which lasted until 1914. It was on these foundations that Japan was able subsequently to build a great industrial nation.