Author:Ernest Mason Satow
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|Sir Ernest Mason Satow GCMG PC, was a British scholar, diplomat and Japanologist. He was a key figure in East Asia and Anglo-Japanese relations, particularly in Bakumatsu (1853–1867) and Meiji Era (1868–1912) Japan, and in China after the Boxer Rebellion, 1900-06. He also served in Siam, Uruguay and Morocco, and represented Britain at the Second Hague Peace Conference in 1907. In his retirement he wrote A Guide to Diplomatic Practice, now known as 'Satow's Guide to Diplomatic Practice', widely used and reissued today. Ernest Satow is probably best known as the author of the book A Diplomat in Japan (based mainly on his diaries) which describes the years 1862-1869 when Japan was changing from rule by the Tokugawa shogunate to the restoration of Imperial rule.|
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- 1866, British Policy, in The Japan Times
- 1874, Japanese Chronological Tables
- 1884, The Satow Siam Papers: The Private Diaries and Correspondence of Ernest Satow
- 1900, The Voyage of John Saris
- 1907, Preface, in The Chinese Empire. A General & Missionary Survey.
- 1917, A Guide to Diplomatic Practice
- 1921, A Diplomat in Japan
- 1925, The Family Chronicle of the English Satows
- 1998, Collected Works of Ernest Mason Satow: Part One — Major Works
- 2001, Collected Works Of Ernest Mason Satow: Part Two — Collected Papers
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