Building up Manchuria [by] Yosuke Matsuoka  [by] Yosuke Matsuoka

[目次]

  • CONTENTS
  • I JAPAN‐MANCHURIA‐THE SOUTH MANCHURIA RAILWAY / 1
  • The Background
  • The General Survey
  • The Evidence of History.
  • II FROM THE WAR WITH CHINA TO THE WAR WITH RUSSIA / 12
  • The Sino‐Japanese War
  • Intervention of the Three Powers
  • The Powers and Their Shares in China
  • The Folly of China
  • The Russo‐Japanese War
  • The Spirit of the Empire
  • The South Manchuria Railways.
  • III MANCHURIA IN INTERNATIONAL DIPLOMACY / 36
  • Russia's Advance in the Far East
  • The U.S.A.Appears on the Scene
  • Great Britain and Manchuria.
  • IV CREATION OF THE SOUTH MANCHURIA RAILWAY COMPANY / 70
  • The Course of Development
  • Two Outstanding Personalities.
  • V THE FIRST CAPTAIN TAKES CHARGE / 90
  • Baron Goto
  • Good Teamwork
  • Visit of the Company's President to Russia
  • Other Personalities in the Company
  • Development of the Company.
  • VI ACCESSORY LINES AND CULTURAL WORK / 117
  • Expenditures on Local Undertakings
  • Educational Expenses by Institutions with their Enrollment Numbers
  • Medical Institute
  • Siginificance and Value of the Railway Zone
  • Agricultural and Livestock Improvement
  • Investigation and Planning
  • Investments in External Enterprises.
  • VII RETROSPECTS AND PROSPECTS / 173
  • Manchurian Railways in the Game of International Diplomacy
  • The Consolidation of Railways and Services
  • International Railway Competition
  • The Manchurian Incident and the South Manchuria Railway Company.
  • Illustrations
  • The Author / Frontispiece
  • The Military Monument on Paiyushan and the City of Dairen 30 Years Ago / 16
  • General Count Gentaro Kodama,Marquis Hisataro Komura and Count Shimpei Goto / 17
  • The Overland Express"Asia"and the Parlout Car / 32
  • The South Manchuria Railway Company's Main Office and Tokyo Branch / 33
  • General Railway Bureau,Mukden,and Hsinking Office / 48
  • Dairen Railway Station and Manchuria Chemical Industry Company,Dairen / 49
  • Monument in Honour of The Killed in Service / 64
  • Dairen Station and Dairen Wharf / 65
  • College of Technology,Port Authur
  • and College of Medicine,Mukden / 80
  • Railway Building Men and Railway Building Train / 81
  • Central Laboratory,Dairen
  • Manchuria Resources Museum,Dairen and South Manchuria Railway Library,Fushun / 96
  • Assembly Hall for S.M.R.Employees Dairen / 97
  • The S.M.R.Sanatorium at Shaopingtao / 112
  • Yamato Hotel,Dairen / 113
  • Open Cut Coal Mining at Fushun and Showa Steal Work,Anshan / 128
  • Oil Plant,Fushun
  • the Shaft at Lung Feng,Fushun and Power Plant,Fushun / 129
  • Outdoor Storing of Soya Beans,Hsinking and Soya Beans at Mankou near Harbin / 144
  • Thrushing Soya Beans and a Bull for the Stock Farm / 145
  • Growing Cotton,near Dairen,and the City of Dairen / 160
  • West Park at Hsinking and Building Activity / 161
  • A Berkshire Sow for Manchurian Farms and Soya Beans Stocks at Kaiyuan Station / 176
  • The Improved Species of Sheep and the Railway Administrative Office at Tsitsihar / 177
  • Timber Shipment and the River Sungari / 192
  • The Lama Temple at Chengte and an Arab Stud‐horse / 193
  • Railway Stations at Mukden and One of the Wall Gates / 208
  • Railway Station at Shuangchengpao on the Hsinking‐Harbin Railway and a Manchu Peasant at Work / 209

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書名 Building up Manchuria [by] Yosuke Matsuoka
著作者等 Matsuoka, Yōsuke
巻冊次 [by] Yosuke Matsuoka
出版元 The Herald of Asia
刊行年月 [1938?]
言語 英語
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