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Kenneth M. Swope. A Dragon’s Head and a Serpent’s Tail : Ming China and the first Great East Asian war, 1592–1598 (2009)

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Kenneth M. Swope. A Dragon’s Head and a Serpent’s Tail : Ming China and the first Great East Asian war, 1592–1598. The University of Oklahoma Press, Norman,

Publishing Division of the University. Manufactured in the U.S.A. 2009 -- PDF (Отсканированные страницы, слой распознанного текста, интерактивное оглавление), 423 страницы

Volume 20 in the Campaigns and Commanders series.
 

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Contents
List of Illustrations ............................................................................. vii
Preface ............................................................................................. ix
Acknowledgments ........................................................................... xv
Stylistic Conventions ....................................................................... xix
Chinese Weights and Measures ..................................................... xxi
Timeline of the War ......................................................................... xxiii
Introduction: The Unforgotten War ................................................... 3
1. Wild Frontiers: Emperor Wanli and the Military Revival
of the Ming, 1570–1610 ................................................................... 13
2. Dark Sails on the Horizon: Prelude to War .................................. 41
3. A Dragon’s Head: The Japanese Onslaught,
May–December 1592 ...................................................................... 87
4. A Serpent’s Tail: The Rescue of Korea, 1593–94 ........................ 150
5. Caught between the Dragon and the Rising Sun:
Peace Talks and Occupation, 1593–96 ............................................. 187
6. Back into the Gates of Hell: The Final Japanese Offensive,
1597–98 ............................................................................................ 227
7. Aftermath and Legacies: The First Great East Asian War
in Context .......................................................................................... 284

Dramatis Personae ........................................................................... 301
Selected Chinese Character List ...................................................... 305
Notes ................................................................................................. 313
Bibliography ....................................................................................... 357
Index .................................................................................................. 38

 

 


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    • Kenneth M. Swope. A Dragon’s Head and a Serpent’s Tail : Ming China and the first Great East Asian war, 1592–1598 (2009)
      Автор: foliant25
      Kenneth M. Swope. A Dragon’s Head and a Serpent’s Tail : Ming China and the first Great East Asian war, 1592–1598. The University of Oklahoma Press, Norman,
      Publishing Division of the University. Manufactured in the U.S.A. 2009 -- PDF (Отсканированные страницы, слой распознанного текста, интерактивное оглавление), 423 страницы
      Volume 20 in the Campaigns and Commanders series.
       

      Contents
      List of Illustrations ............................................................................. vii
      Preface ............................................................................................. ix
      Acknowledgments ........................................................................... xv
      Stylistic Conventions ....................................................................... xix
      Chinese Weights and Measures ..................................................... xxi
      Timeline of the War ......................................................................... xxiii
      Introduction: The Unforgotten War ................................................... 3
      1. Wild Frontiers: Emperor Wanli and the Military Revival
      of the Ming, 1570–1610 ................................................................... 13
      2. Dark Sails on the Horizon: Prelude to War .................................. 41
      3. A Dragon’s Head: The Japanese Onslaught,
      May–December 1592 ...................................................................... 87
      4. A Serpent’s Tail: The Rescue of Korea, 1593–94 ........................ 150
      5. Caught between the Dragon and the Rising Sun:
      Peace Talks and Occupation, 1593–96 ............................................. 187
      6. Back into the Gates of Hell: The Final Japanese Offensive,
      1597–98 ............................................................................................ 227
      7. Aftermath and Legacies: The First Great East Asian War
      in Context .......................................................................................... 284
      Dramatis Personae ........................................................................... 301
      Selected Chinese Character List ...................................................... 305
      Notes ................................................................................................. 313
      Bibliography ....................................................................................... 357
      Index .................................................................................................. 38