Materials relating to the history of relief work in Japan

[目次]

  • CONTENTS
  • Preface
  • Peace-time Philanthropic Work from Early Times / 1
  • Shotoku Taishi,Founder of Japanese Social Work / 2
  • The Humanity of the Empress Komyo / 4
  • Relief Work of Gyoki Bosatsu / 6
  • The Humanity of Hokin-ni / 7
  • The Benevolence of the Empress Junna / 9
  • Relief Work of Chogen Shonin / 10
  • The Humanity of Kosho Bosatsu / 11
  • Relief Work by Ninsho Bosatsu / 12
  • Juhachikenko at Kitayama in Nara / 14
  • The Mass of Ippen Shonin / 15
  • Baths in the Kamakura Period / 17
  • Enkiri-dera,the refuge for Married Women / 18
  • The Notice-Board of Seyaku-in / 20
  • Relief by Tadatoshi Hosokawa / 21
  • The Great Rice-Cauldron / 22
  • Relief at the Time of the Great Fire of Meireki in Edo. / 23
  • The Benevolence of Tsunanori Mayeda / 24
  • The Benevolence of Tetsugen Zenji / 26
  • The Philanthropy of Ryo-o Zenji / 26
  • The Protection of the Blind / 28
  • The Dispensary Erected by the Shogunate of Edo / 29
  • The Humanity of Yoshishige Nabeshima / 31
  • Fukuyama Giso / 31
  • Virtue of Sontoku Ninomiya / 33
  • Kannon-ko / 34
  • Benevolence by the Pupils of Baigan Ishida / 36
  • Relief Cottages at the Time of Famine / 38
  • The Great Earthquake Disaster of Ansei / 39
  • Japanese Philanthropic Work in Time of Peace after the Meiji Restoration / 41
  • Yokohama Juzen Hospital / 42
  • Tokyo Jikeikai I-in / 44
  • Kyoto Prefectural School for the Blind and the Deafmute / 44
  • The City Poor House of Tokyo / 46
  • The Relief of a Wrecked German Ship / 48
  • Kinka Gaku-in / 49
  • Naritasan Reformatory / 50
  • Okayama Orphanage / 52
  • The first Relief Work of the Japanese Red Cross Society at the Time of Disasters / 53
  • Nukada Jimuryo-ko / 54
  • Private Protective Institution for Infants / 55
  • Takamatsu Shobugikai / 57
  • War-time Philanthropy in Early Times / 59
  • The Oldest Philanthropic Military Command / 60
  • The Imperial Compassionate Command for the Fallen / 61
  • The Tombs of the Mongolian Army / 62
  • Religious Ceremony Performed by Tokimune Hojo for the Dead / 63
  • Yosetezuka and Mikatazuka founded by Kusunoki Masashige / 65
  • The Establishment of Ankoku-ji by Ashikaga Takauji / 66
  • Masatsura Kusunoki's Rescue of His Enemy from Drowning / 68
  • The Humanity of Generals in the Kamakura Period / 69
  • The Humanity of Chikatada Matsudaira / 70
  • Tombs Erected by Tadayoshi Shimazu for the Dead of his own Army and that of the Enemy / 72
  • The Clemency of Generals in the Western Part of Japan during the 16th century / 73
  • Kind Treatment of the Enemy General by Nobunaga Oda / 74
  • Kenshin Uesugi Sent Salt to His Enemy's Land / 76
  • The Pure Love of Hideyoshi Toyotomi / 77
  • The Humanity of Yoshihiro Shimazu / 78
  • Kind Treatment of Prisoners during the Korean Campaign. / 79
  • The Humanity of Iyeyasu Tokugawa / 81
  • Relief on the Battlefield in the Age of Civil Wars / 83
  • The Mass for the Christians killed in Battle by the Shogunate Authorities / 84
  • Medicine Cases / 85
  • Old Receptacles for Food and Drink in Time of War / 86
  • Japanese Philanthropic Work in War-Time after the Introduction of the Red Cross Idea / 89
  • The Red Cross Principle at the Battle of Hakodate / 90
  • The First Field-Hospital Flag in Our Country / 91
  • The Red Cross Principle of the Expeditionary Force in Formosa / 92
  • The First Relief Work by the Japanese Red Cross Society in Time of War / 93
  • The Ladies' Volunteer Nursing Association / 94
  • Teikoku Gunjin Koenkai / 95
  • Aikokufujinkai / 96
  • The Rescue of Russian Sailors / 97
  • Admiral Togo Visits an Enemy Commander in Hospital / 98
  • The Theatre-party for the Consolation of the Prisoners / 99
  • The Monument for Soldiers of the Russian Army Who Fell in the Battle of Port Arthur / 100
  • A Brief Outline of the History of Medicine in Japan / 103
  • First period. The mythical age / 103
  • Second period. Asuka-period / 104
  • Third period. Nara-period / 106
  • Fourth period. Heian-period / 107
  • Fifth period. Kamakura-period / 109
  • Sixth period. Muromachi-period / 112
  • Seventh period. Azuchi-Momoyama-period / 114
  • Eighth period. Edo-period / 115

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書名 Materials relating to the history of relief work in Japan
著作者等 日本赤十字社
出版元 The Japanese Red Cross Society
刊行年月 1934
ページ数 128p
大きさ 22cm
全国書誌番号
22033262
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言語 英語
出版国 日本
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