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This front matter section of the book Rethinking the Russo-Japanese War, 1904-05 Volume I: Centennial Perspectives contains the table of contents, acknowledgements, list of contributors, list of maps, tables and figures, list of illustrations, and conventions. The book focuses on the origins of the Russo-Japanese War; course of the war; and military, economic, and cultural dimensions. It deals with the reactions to the war and its legacy. The book discusses Nikolai Ovsyannikov's analysis of the impact of the war on internal Japanese politics. It also presents Keith Neilson's reexamination of British policy in the wake of the war and repercussions of the war in Europe. The book describes reactions and consequences of the war in Asia and the colonial world.

Keywords: colonial world; internal Japanese politics; Japanese politics; Nikolai Ovsyannikov; Russo-Japanese War

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