Schlagwort-Archiv: Manchuria

James: The Long White Mountain

H. E. M. James: The Long White Mountain or a journey in Manchuria. With some account of the history, people, administration and religion of that country (London: Longmans, Green, and Co., 1888)

  • Bibliographic reference: BS col. 2748
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  • No copy listed in Wiener China-Bibliographie
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Fleming: Travels on horseback in Mantchu Tartary

George Fleming: Travels on horseback in Mantchu Tartary. Being a summer’s ride beyond the Great Wall of China (London: Hurst and Blackett, 1863)

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Tronson: Personal narrative of a voyage to Japan [...] and various parts of coast of China

J. M. Tronson: Personal narrative of a voyage to Japan, Kamtschatka, Siberia, Tartary, and various parts of coast of China; in H.M.S. Barracouta (London: Smith, Elder, & Co., 1859)

  • Bibliographic reference: BS col. 2124
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Meng: China Speaks On The Conflict Between China And Japan

Chih Meng: China Speaks On The Conflict Between China And Japan (The Macmillan Company 1932)

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  • No copy listed in Wiener Chinabibliographie

Paul Chih Meng (1900-1990) was director of the China-Institute in Manhattan from 1930-1967. See the obituary (New York Times, February 7, 1990).

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Fraser: The real Siberia

John Foster Fraser: The real Siberia, together with an account of a dash through Manchuria (London: Cassell and Co. Ltd., 1904)

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Ravenstein: The Russians on the Amur

Erest Georg Ravenstein: The Russians on the Amur; its discovery, conquest and colonization, with a description of the country, its inhabitants, productions, and commerical capabilities and personal accounts of Russian travellers (London: Trübner, 1861)

  • Bibliographic reference: BS col. 2450
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Hawes: In the uttermost East

Charles Henry Hawes: In the uttermost East. Being an account of investigations among the natives and Russian convicts of the island of Sakhalin, with notes of travel in Korea, Siberia, and Manchuria (London and New York: Harper & Brothers, 1903)

  • Bibliographic reference: BS col. 2168 f.
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  • Entry in Wiener China-Bibliographie (referring to the 1905 German translation)

id. (New York: Scribner, 1904)

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