A History of Japan

From Stone Age to Superpower

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Japan's impact on the modern world has been enormous. It occupies just one 300th of the planet's land area, yet came to wield one sixth of the world's economic power. Just 150 years ago it was an obscure land of paddy fields and feudal despots. ...Continua
Ha scritto il 26/11/10
A concise book that does not elaborate on minor details but gives a breakdown of all the major events that have contributed to the building of Japan. The author provides a fair analysis of what makes Japan the country it is today. At the end of each ...Continua
Ha scritto il 14/12/07
A History of Japan: From Stone Age to Superpower
An excellent introduction to the history of Japan, although it is no exception for a Western historian to focus their efforts on the rise of modern Japan since Meiji Restoration, losing sight of the deep-rooted cultural factors that are also proven ...Continua

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