The New Japanese Civil Code as Material for the Study of Comparative Jurisprudence, Nobushige Hozumi
Ancestor Worship and Japanese Law, Nobushige Hozumi
Die Hauserbfolge in Japan, unter berucksichtigung der Allgemeinen japanischen Kultur-und Rechtsentwickelung, Riuchi Ikeda
Die Lehre von der japanischen Adoption, Fusamaro Tsugaru
The Early Institutional Life of Japan: A Study in the Reform of 645 A.D, K. Asakawa
Bismarck's Diplomacy at its Zenith, Joseph Vincent Fuller Reviewed by Munroe Smith
Die Deutsche Revolution, Eduard Bernstein Reviewed by Munroe Smith
Die Europaischen Kriegsverhandlungen, Max Beer Reviewed by Munroe Smith
War Books by American Diplomatists, Munroe Smith
Bismarck Reconsidered, Munroe Smithmore by this author
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