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|Description:||xv, 264 pages : illustrations, maps ; 22 cm.|
|Contents:||Preface; Timeline; Maps and illustrations; Introduction; 1 Soldiers, adventurers and educators: Meiji encounters with Mongolia, 1873-1912; 2 Carpe diem?: The Manchurian-Mongolian Independence Movements, 1912-22; 3 Mongolia's riches: Japanese explorers, entrepreneurs and military opportunists, 1922-31; 4 Inner Mongolia: Japanese military activity and its cultural support, 1932-45; 5 Cultural diplomacy in action: The Zenrin Kyokai in Inner Mongolia, 1933-45; Conclusion; Appendix 1: List of key figures; Appendix 2: List of Mongolian and Chinese Place-names; Bibliography; Index|
|Series Title:||Inner Asia series, v. 8.|
|Responsibility:||by James Boyd.|
"... The strength of Boyd's study is its broad coverage of the full range of Japanese figures active in Inner Mongolian affairs. Parts of this story have been told in English, but the whole has not