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- 1 Chapter 1: Introduction 1-1 Images of the Japanese Rightists
- the Black Ocean Society (Genyosha) and the Amur Association (Kokuryukai).
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- Waterfowl, including black ducks and Canada geese, are present in fall and winter, while cormorants and seagulls are found year-round (Vogel, 1995).
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- Black Ocean Society, 66. Black Star shipping line, 437. Blackwell, Elizabeth, 45.
- PAN-ASIANISMUS IN MEIJI AND TAISHO JAPAN:
- (“Black Ocean Society”, 玄洋社), founded in 1881 (Norman 1944); the Tôa- Dôbunkai.
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- Japan's new right wing is old stuff
- In 1878, Toyama Mitsuru and Hiraoka Kotaro established Koyosha, which was turned into the world famous Genyosha (Black Ocean Society) in 1881. Three rules were set up by the Genyosha: respect, love and loyalty to the Emperor and his family; deep love ...
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- Genyōsha - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- The Dark/Black Ocean Society (玄洋社, Gen'yōsha) was an influential ultranationalist group and secret society active in the Empire of Japan.
- The Kokuryu-kai (Black Dragon Society) and the Order of the Green
- The Black Dragon Society was the successor to the Black Ocean Society that became too notorious for it's actions.
- Japanese Intelligence: Origins of Japan's Espionage Activities
- Oct 22, 2008 It said, “Knowledge shall be sought throughout the world so as to strengthen the foundations of Imperial Rule.
- Yoshida Kotaro
- The Black Ocean Society was started in 1881 by a group of former samurai who had been suppressed during the Satsuma Rebellion of 1877.
- Japanese Secret Societies during WW2
- Mar 26, 2005 Back in 1894, the Japanese Army Intelligence was supplemented by the Black Ocean Society during the war against China.
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