By Gordon Daniels
Initially a pupil of Meiji Japan, Gordon Daniels is well known for his paintings at the Pacific battle and the career of Japan, with specific regard to the area of communications in movie and propaganda in addition to jap game. He has additionally been heavily concerned with the post-war period of diplomacy and Japan, in addition to experiences in eastern historical past and historiography. within the Nineteen Eighties he made major contributions in reporting at the scope and improvement of eastern stories in Britain. His latest paintings has been as joint editor (and contributor) with Chushichi Tsuzuki of Social and Cultural views - the 5th of the five-volume sequence at the historical past of Anglo-Japanese relatives (Palgrave, 2002).
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78 FO Japan 100, memorandum by Dr Willis on the occasion of his visit to Kashiwasaki to render medical attendance to wounded men, 12 December 1868. 79 Ibid. 80 FO Japan 100, memorandum by Dr Willis on the occasion of his visit to Kashiwasaki to render medical attendance to wounded men, 12 December 1868. 81 FO Japan 106, no. 17, Parkes to Stanley, 26 January 1869. 82 FO Japan 100, memorandum by Dr Willis on the occasion of his visit to Kashiwasaki to render medical attendance to wounded men, 12 December 1868.
In October 1868, with the Imperial armies still marching northward, it was difficult for Parkes or any other European to have a clear impression of the political and military situation. Several factors made foreigners’ knowledge inadequate and confused. The battlefields were far distant, some two hundred miles away, to the west of Japan’s difficult central mountain chain. The links across the country were fragile; tracks and roads which were amongst the worst THE JAPANESE CIVIL WAR (1868)—A BRITISH VIEW 3 in the world, and news was carried on foot by Japanese runners.
He had grimly noted the recent attempts of the French Minister, Léon Roches, to monopolize the affections of the Tokugawa,3 and, should there be competitive intervention in the emerging war, fighting might well be protracted. In such a situation Japan might well fall victim to predatory powers. Also on a popular level; should Western states openly associate themselves with the conflicting parties, in future it might well be impossible for them to be broadly accepted in Japan. To deal on the basis of Western unity obviously promised a more stable future than to deal on a basis of each power to its own client.
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