Japanese economic relations with Siam : aspects of their historical development 1884 to 1942
This study traces the course of Japanese economic relations with Siam from the late 19th century, when Japanese began going to Siam for economic purposes follow - ing the end of the Tokugawa Bakufu, to the beginning of the Pacific war, when Japan was at the apex of its power in Southeast Asia and had formulated a new economic policy towards Siam, one which dealt with Siam as a member of the Greater East Asia Co-Prosperity Sphere. During the decades before the Pacific war, Japanese...[Show more]
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