THE BRITISH PRESS AND THE JAPAN-BRITISH EXHIBITION OF 1910. Edited by Hirokichi Mutsu. With a preface by Yonosuke Ian Mutsu and an introduction by William H. Coaldrake. Production: The University of Melbourne: Curzon Press, London. 212 pp., with b/w illustration. Unpriced.

This is an enlarged and clarified facsimile edition of the original four volumes devoted to the 1910 Exhibition and its English press coverage, including the initial paper read by Hirokichi Mutsu before the Royal Society of Arts in London.

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