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Prisoners from Nambu

Reality and Make-Believe in Seventeenth-Century Japanese Diplomacy

by Reiner H. Hesselink

  • 231 Want to read
  • 40 Currently reading

Published by University of Hawaii Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Asian / Middle Eastern history: c 1500 to c 1900,
  • c 1600 to c 1700,
  • History,
  • History - General History,
  • History: World,
  • Asia - Japan,
  • 1600-1868,
  • East Asia,
  • Foreign relations,
  • Japan,
  • Nanbu-han,
  • Netherlands,
  • Prisoners

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages215
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11450430M
    ISBN 100824824636
    ISBN 109780824824631

      Le Morte d'Arthur, by Sir Thomas Malory Malory's collection of knightly yarns has served as a sourcebook for every Arthurian since. Imprisoned during the s, perhaps for rape as well as theft.   During the Second World War the Japanese were stereotyped in the European and American imagination as fanatical, cruel and almost inhuman. This view is unhistorical and simplistic. It fails to recognise that the Japanese were acting at a time of supreme national crisis and it fails to take account of their own historical tradition. The essays in Japanese Prisoners 5/5(1).

    UC Books to Prisoners is an Urbana Illinois based project providing books to Illinois inmates at no cost by mail as well as through two county jail libraries which we operate.. We are a community-powered volunteer organization with a number of easy ways for you to get involved. No experience is required and whether you have an hour a month or would like to volunteer more . UC Books to Prisoners asks that you can commit to working one hour shift per month, during which you will be paired with an experienced library volunteer and provided training while you work together in a safe, enjoyable atmosphere. More info about our jail library. Jail Library Hours of Operation: Monday PM - PM. Friday AM.

    About Reinier H. Hesselink Professor Hesselink travels regularly to Japan, and has wide-ranging research interests concentrating on Japan's relations with the outside world. His book Prisoners from Nambu: Reality and Make-Believe in 17th-Century Japanese Diplomacy () was also published in Japanese and Dutch language editions. Hundreds of people volunteer their time at Prison Book every year and do everything from sort the mail to post office runs. People come on their own and in groups. Thanks to everyone! Find Out More >> Ap Book Requests. An Unusual Request. We received this fun letter requesting “Pirate stories” and after much searching, a.


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Prisoners from Nambu provides a lively, engrossing narrative of this relatively obscure incident, while casting light on the history of the period as a whole. Expertly constructing his tale from primary sources, the author examines relations between the Dutch East India Company and the shogunal government immediately following the promulgation.

Book Description: On Jten crew members of the Dutch yacht Breskens were lured ashore at Nambu in northern Japan. Once out of view of their ship, the men were bound and taken to the shogun, Tokugawa Iemitsu, in Edo, where they remained imprisoned for four months.

"Prisoners from Nambu" provides a narrative of this relatively obscure incident, while casting light on the history of the period as a whole. Constructing his tale from primary sources, the author examines relations between the Dutch East India Company and the shogunal government immediately following the promulgation of the "seclusion laws.

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FREE Shipping on orders over $ Comment: This item shows wear including moderate wear to edges and cover/5(47). Book Overview On Jten crew members of the Dutch yacht Breskens were lured ashore at Nambu in northern Japan. Once out of view of their ship, the men were bound and taken to the shogun, Tokugawa Iemitsu, in Edo, where they remained imprisoned for four months.

Prisoners from Nambu Prisoners from Nambu is an historical account of Dutch sailors who were held captive by the Japanese in the s. The book begins with a thorough and educational introduction that sets up the plot of the story nicely.

Here we get a brief telling of Japanese history as well as its relationship to China and the rest of the world in the s. The Nanbu clan (南部氏, Nanbu-shi) was a Japanese samurai clan who ruled most of northeastern Honshū in the Tōhoku region of Japan for over years, from the Kamakura period through the Meiji Restoration of the Nanbu claimed descent from the Seiwa Genji of Kai Province and were thus related to the Takeda clan moved its seat from Kai to Mutsu Home province: Kai Province.

Prisoners from Nambu Hesselink, Reiner H. Published by University of Hawai'i Press Hesselink, Reiner H. Prisoners from Nambu: Reality and Make-Believe in 17th-Century Japanese by: 2. (shelved 1 time as prisoner-of-war) avg rating —ratings — published Want to Read saving.

Books to Prisoners is an umbrella term for several projects and organizations that mail free reading material to prison first Books to Prisoners projects were founded in the early 70's including Books to Prisoners in Seattle in the early s and the Prison Book Program in Boston, Massachusetts in Get this from a library.

Prisoners from Nambu: reality and make-believe in seventeenth-century Japanese diplomacy. [R H Hesselink]. Prisoners from Nambu: Reality and Make-Believe in 17th-Century Japanese Diplomacy.

Van Elserack wrote a book describing his time in Japan, the Dutch name of which I will not attempt to replicate (in English: Memorable Embassies of the Dutch East India Company to the Emperors of Japan).

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Prisoners from Nambu: reality and make-believe in seventeenth-century Japanese diplomacy. [R H Hesselink] -- Publisher Fact Sheet Using the account of an obscure incident between the Japanese government & members of a Dutch yacht, the author examines relations between the Dutch East India Company & the.

The Book of Prisoners. Since the Tower of London's early construction by William the Conqueror in a record of every prisoner held within its grounds has been kept in what is known as The Book of Prisoners.

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Not even Amazon was allowed to send books to prisoners. On Jafter weeks of protest by Maryland residents, the ACLU, and other groups. His book Prisoners from Nambu: Reality and Make-Believe in 17th-Century Japanese Diplomacy () was also published in Japanese and Dutch language editions.

Inhe published The Dream of Christian Nagasaki: World Trade and the Clash of Cultures,for which he had received a fellowship from the National Endowment for the Humanities. PRISONERS FROM NAMBU: Reality and Make-Believe in 17th-Century Japanese Diplomacy, by Reinier H. Hesselink. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press,pp., $ (cloth), $ (paper).- The Nambu type 14 holster - The cleaning rod - The lanyard.

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