Munemitsu

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Munemitsu Expression, Munemitsu Soul Urge, Munemitsu Inner Dream

Numerology information Munemitsu:

  • Name Number: 9. Meaning: Divine, God, Goodness, Truth, Unconditional love, Gift, Free will, Ideal, Whole, Endless

Books about Munemitsu:

  • Japan Comes of Age: Mutsu Munemitsu and the Revision of the Unequal Treaties - Jun 1999 by Louis G. Perez
  • Kenkenroku: A Diplomatic Record of the Sino-Japanese War, 1894-95 - Sep 1, 1982 by Professor Mutsu Munemitsu and Professor Gordon Mark Berger
  • The Sino-Japanese Treaty of Shimonoseki (1895) - Jun 28, 2015 by Ito Hirobumi and Mutsu Munemitsu
  • Mutsu Munemitsu (Japanese Edition) - Jan 1, 1898 by Bin Sakazaki
  • Fukud? ik? (Japanese Edition) - Jan 1, 1907 by Munemitsu Mutsu
  • Kenkenroku (Japanese Edition) - Jan 1, 1895 by Munemitsu Mutsu
  • Mutsu munemitsu. - Aug 1, 2012 by Akio Yasuoka
  • Mutsu Munemitsu and RE-Aimaging Japan - by L.G. Perez
  • Earl Mutsu Munemitsu manuscripts (1928) ISBN: 4000018396 [Japanese Import] -
  • Hagiwara total Shou Shu 2 Mutsu Munemitsu AL (2007) ISBN: 4022503785 [Japanese Import] -
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Wiki information Munemitsu:

  • Mutsu Munemitsu
    Politician, Person, Deceased Person, Author

    Count Mutsu Munemitsu was a statesman and diplomat in Meiji period Japan.

  • Janice Munemitsu
    Person, Person or entity appearing in film, Topic

    Janice Munemitsu appeared in the 2003 documentary film Mendez vs. Westminster: For All the Children.

  • Aki Munemitsu Nagauchi
    Person, Topic, Person or entity appearing in film

    Aki Munemitsu Nagauchi appeared in the 2003 documentary film Mendez vs. Westminster: For All the Children.

  • Mutsu Munemitsu
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  • Ryoko Munemitsu
    Person

  • Japan comes of age: Mutsu Munemitsu and the revision of the unequal treaties
    Book Edition, Cataloged instance

  • Statues of Mutsu Munemitsu and Itō Hirobumi at Shimonoseki
    Content, Image

  • Mutsu Munemitsu and Identity Formation of the Individual and the State in Modern Japan (Japanese Studies (Edwin Mellen Press), V. 14.)
    Cataloged instance, Book Edition

  • Mutsu Hirokichi
    Person, Deceased Person

    Count Mutsu Hirokichi was a Japanese diplomat and an educator in Meiji and Taishō period Japan. He was the oldest son of Munemitsu Mutsu who was Minister for Foreign Affairs and Ryōko Mutsu. He went to the U.K. to study in 1887. He became a diplomat...

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