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This appendix section of the book Japanese-Mongolian Relations, 1873-1945 Faith, Race and Strategy contains a list of key figures and Mongolian and Chinese place names. The book offers the first in-depth examination of Japanese-Mongolian relations from the late nineteenth century through to the middle of the twentieth century and in the process repositions Mongolia in Sino-Japanese and Russo-Japanese relations. Beginning in 1873, with the intrepid journey to Mongolia by a group of Buddhist monks from one of Kyoto's largest orders, the relationship later included groups and individuals from across Japanese society, with representatives from the military, academia, business and the bureaucracy.

Keywords: Buddhist monk; Japanese society; Japanese-Mongolian relations; Russo-Japanese; Sino-Japanese



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