Gateway to the Classics: Historical Tales: Japanese and Chinese by Charles Morris
Historical Tales: Japanese and Chinese by  Charles Morris


The 'Crimson Eyebrows'
The Battle of the Iron-Clads
The Bayard of Japan
The Burning of the Summer Palace
The Captivity of Captain Golownin
The Career of a Desert Chief
Confucius, the Chinese Scholar
The Conquest of Central Asia
Corea and it Neighbors
The Death-Struggle of China
The Decline and Fall of Christianity in Japan
The Decline of the Mikados
The Empress Poisoner of China
The Expulsion of the Mongols
A Female Richelieu
The First of the Mikados
The Founder of Yedo and Modern Feudalism
The Founder of the Chinese Empire
From the Shoemaker's Bench to the Throne
The Great Christian Movement and its Fate
The Hojo Tyranny
How Civilization Came to Japan
How Europe Entered China
How a Peasant Boy Became Premier
How the Empire of China Arose and Grew
How the Friars Fared Among the Tartars
How the Taira and Minamoto Fought for Power
The Invasion of the Tartar Steppes
Jingu, the Amazon of Japan
Koatsou and the Dynasty of the Hans
The Manchu Conquest of China
The Mikado Comes to His Own Again
Nobunaga and the Fall of the Buddhists
The Opening of Japan
The Palace of Kublai Khan
Progress in Japan and China
The Progress of Christianity in Japan
The Raid of the Goorkhas
The Reign of Taitson the Great
The Rise of the Manchus
The Siege of Sianyang
The Siege of Sinching
The Tartar invasion of Japan
The Tartars and Ghenghis Khan
Three Notable Women
Yamato-Dake, a Hero of Romance

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