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How Colonies are Governed: Japan's First Modern Experience of Expansion in Formosa

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Japan is identified among the world's colonial powers by virtue of its occupation of Taiwan, ceded by China in 1895 by the Treaty of Shimo-no-seki. The author discusses Japanese progress on the island of Formosa since taking possession of its new colony. Stephen Pierce Duggan, Ph.D. (1870-1850), a longtime professor of political science at Ivy League universities. He was a ...more
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Published August 2013 by Full Well Books (first published 1904)
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Sep 25, 2013 Candi rated it it was amazing
Recommends it for: students of colonialism
very interesting, had not been aware that Japan's occupation of Formosa long preceded World War II
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