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American-Japanese Pre- War Relations
Pecrival Lowell and Lafcadio hearn: Conduits of Japanese Culture  (virtual exhibit about 1880's American visitors, whose writings helped stimulate American interest in Japan) (Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Yale U.)
President Grant's Diplomatic Mission to Asia (virtual exhibit on Grant's 1877 Asia trip, with images from his visits to Japan and to China) (Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Yale U.)
The Imperial Mission, 1917: A Record of the Reception Throughout the United States of the Special Mission Headed by Viscount Ishii (includes note son The Root-Takahira Understanding of 1908 and The Lansing-Ishii Agreement of 1917) (Brigham Young U.)
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Atomic Warfare
Hiroshima Archive (historical, cultural, and artistic resources related to the A-bomb) (Mayu Tsuruya, Lewis & Clark C.)
A-Bomb WWW Museum (includes voice testimonials, articles, images; in Japanese or English) (Mitsuru Ohba & John Benson, Hiroshima, Japan)
Atomic Bomb: Decision (Hiroshima-Nagasaki) (includes links to declassified documents relating to the decision to drop the bomb) (Gene Dannen)
BURN!: Toge Sankichi (Hiroshima Artworks by Iri and Toshi Maruki 
Nagasaki Journey (selective Web version of bicoastal exhibit of 100+ pictures of the ruins of Nakasaki taken by Yosuke Yamahata on Aug. 10, 1945) (International Center of Photography, New York; Ansel Adams Center, San Francisco)
Peace Memorial Museum (includes images of fused, melted, and charred relics of the Hiroshima A-bomb blast) (Hiroshima)
The Australia-Japan Research Project (articles and images, with focus on 20th-Century militray history) (Australian War Memorial)
Bill Gordon "Japan's March Towards Militarism" (2000) (overview essay tracing developments from the Meiji Restoration to the 2nd Sino-Japanese War)
Hirohito and Japan (brief historical outline, with hypertexted terms and images; part of Cornell U.'s Death of the Father: An Anthropology of Closure in Political Authority site)(Linda Fisher and John Dorneman)
Bill Gordon (Wesleyan U.) "Explanations of Japanís Imperialistic Expansion, 1894-1910" (2003) (overvioew essay that runs through various theories of imperialism and weighs the value of these to the subject)
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Japanese-American History
Japanese American History Archives (museum information, plus selections from photo archives) (JAHA, San Francisco)
Japanese American National Museum (info, exhibits, and more) (JANM, Los Angeles)
Suffering Under a Great Injustice: Ansal Adams's Photographs of Japanese-American Internment at Manzanar (part of American Memory) (Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
Manzanar National Historic Site (National Park Service)
Nikkei Heritage (exhibits, society info, links, and more) (National Japanese American History Society, San Francisco)
Constitution of the Empire of Japan, 1889 (e-text, in English) (Center for East Asian Studies, U. California, Los Angeles)
Nippon in the World (sections on images of cultural life in Japan from the 17th-20th c., on the Vienna international Exposition of 1873, and on documents from Modern Japanese Political History) (National Diet Library, Tokyo)
Bill Gordon (Wesleyan U.) "The Allied Occupation of Japan" (2000) (overview essay)
Okinawa: The American Years, 1945-1972 (biographical articles, photos, bibliographies, and more) (Nicholas Evan Sarantakes, Texas A and M U.)
Poster Exhibition (slide show exhibit of some 2600 political posters of pre-1945 Japan, in English and in Japanese) (Oohara Institute)
Japanese Old Photographs in Bakumatsu-Meiji Period (exhibits of photos from 1860-99) (Nagasaki U. Library)
Japanese Railway History (historical articles and images) (Japanese Railway and Transport Review)
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Russo-Japanese War
Bill Gordon (Wesleyan U.) "Explanations of Japanís Imperialistic Expansion, 1894-1910" (2003) (overvioew essay that runs through various theories of imperialism and weighs the value of these to the subject)
Anita Newcombe McGee The Russo-Japanese War, 1904-1905 (article "exhibit," with focus on medicine) (National Museum of Health and Medicine, Washington, DC)
The Russo-Japanese War and American Popular Opinion  (within the Meeting of Frontiers website, in English and in Russian) (Library of COngress, Washington, DC)
The History of the Russian Navy: Port Arthur: Prologue (articles on the Russo-Japanese war, in English) (Russian Navy)
Laurie Barber Russo-Japanese War (historical essay, with images; part of a larger site on Georgi H. Zhukov)
The Russo-Japanese War Research Society (numerous articles, documents, and images)
The Treaty of Portsmouth (1905) (full text of treaty resolving the Russo-Japanese War)(Brigham Young U.)
Yale University Library: Russo-Japanese War, 1904-1905  (description of microfilm project, with historical overview of related documents) (Slavic and East European Collections, Yale U. Library)
Timothy D. Saxon Anglo-Japanese Naval Cooperation, 1914Ė1918  (essay)(1999)
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First Sino-Japanese War (1894-95)
Bill Gordon (Wesleyan U.) "Explanations of Japanís Imperialistic Expansion, 1894-1910" (2003) (overvioew essay that runs through various theories of imperialism and weighs the value of these to the subject)
Shimonoseki Armistice, March 30, 1895 (transcription, in English) (Center for East Asian Studies, U. California, Los Angeles)
S. Weigelin-Schwiedrzik (U. Heidelberg) and Marilyn A. Levine (Lewis-Clark State C.) Historical Survey: Sino-Japanese War (overview and images, within electronic course on Chinese history)
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The Second Sino-Japanese War (1931-45)
Memorial Hall of the Victims of the Nanjing Massacre, 1937-38 (Chiu-yee Cheung, Hong Kong)
Nanking 1937: Commemorating the 60th Anniversary of the Nanking Massacre (virtual exhibit, including historical articles and images) (Princeton U.)
Leon Poon (U. Maryland) Republican China: Anti-Japanese War (overview article, within larger history of China site)
Shanghai 1937: Photographs of Karl Kengelbacher (over 100 photos of a four-month period of the war in Shanghai) (Peter Kengelbacher, and Schauwecker's Guide to Japan)
A Joint Study of the Sino-Japanese War, 1931-1945 (bibliographies, links, documents, conference minutes, description of project seeking to connect scholars) (Asia Center, Harvard U., and Steven Phillips, Towson U.)
A Joint Study of the Sino-Japanese War, 1931-1945 (bibliographies, links, documents, conference minutes, description of project seeking to connect scholars) (Asia Center, Harvard U., and Steven Phillips, Towson U.)
Jilly Traganou (U. of Westminster, London) The Fireworks of Edo, or Japan's Early (post?) Modern past (essay tracing the development from Edo (Early Modern) to Tokyo (Modern)) (Architonic, 1997)


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