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Unformatted text preview: HIS 107: Modern Japan Lecture 4 (2/7/08) The Meiji Restoration I. “Unification of the Court and Bakufu” - Princess Kazunomiya and Shogun Iemochi - Negotiations with the foreign powers - Embassy to the West II. The Emergence of Satsuma and Ch ¡ sh ¢- Ch ¡ sh ¢ and its Imperial ties - Satsuma and the Return of the Nariaki Party - Matsudaira Shungaku (Keiei) and Bakufu reforms III. The Domains and the “men of spirit” - Satsuma and the “men of spirit” - The Teradaya Inn incident - The British bombardment of Kagoshima (Namamugi incident) - Ch ¡ sh ¢ and “loyalism” - The Court’s Call to “Expel the Barbarian” IV. Chastise Ch ¡ sh ¢- Hitotsubashi Keiki’s trip to Kyoto - Ch ¡ sh ¢ ’s attack on foreign shipping - Expelling the radicals from Kyoto: Aizu and Satsuma - The Great Powers counter-attack - “Chastise Ch ¡ sh ¢ !”...but not too harshly… V. From “Expel the Barbarian” to “Rich Country, Strong Army” - A change of leadership in Ch ¡ sh ¢-...
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This note was uploaded on 04/23/2008 for the course HIS 107 taught by Professor Gates during the Spring '08 term at Bradley.
- Spring '08