Thèse de doctorat en Études extrême-orientales
Sous la direction de René Sieffert.
Soutenue en 1991
à Paris, INALCO .
Twelve volumes kept in the Archives and documentation department of the Ministry of Foreign affairs in Paris. They comment on the power of the last Kotugawa Shogun an observation at first hand by the French diplomat, following reflexions upon the Japanese documents which had been essential to administration of Edo. These texts are annexed to a thematic consideration of the most serious infractions of the frano-japanese tresty of the 9 October 1858, and illustrate some of the principal events which marked the period of crisis which the Shogunate experienced for reason, notably, the initiatives taken by the representatives of the powers which were signatories to treaties with Japan, many notes and documents treat with the intenal politics of Japan, vis-a-vis the Foreigners.
The œPower of the Shogun as seen in the political correspondance of Duchesne de Bellecourt
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