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" intrepid, inured to fatigue, despising life, and knowing well how to face death ; although inferior in number, a hundred of them would blush to flee before a thousand foreigners, and, if they did, they would not dare to return to their country. Sentiments... "
The History of China - Pāgina 476
per Demetrius Charles Boulger - 1898
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A Short History of China: An Account for the General Reader of an Ancient ...

Demetrius Charles Boulger - 1893 - 436 pāgines
...Khan. The Japanese are by nature a military nation, and the Chinese writers themselves describe them as " intrepid, inured to fatigue, despising life,...earliest childhood, render them terrible in battle." Emboldened by their success over the formidable Mongols the Japanese treated the Chinese with contempt,...
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China

Demetrius Charles Boulger - 1898 - 540 pāgines
...Khan. The Japanese are by nature a military nation, and the Chinese writers themselves describe them as "intrepid, inured to fatigue, despising life, and...return to their country. Sentiments such as these, wilich are instilled into them from their earliest childhood, render them terrible in battle." Emboldened...
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China

Sir Robert Kennaway Douglas - 1899 - 456 pāgines
...China," quotes a passage from a Chinese historian, who describes the Japanese of this period as being "intrepid, inured to fatigue, despising life, and...earliest childhood, render them terrible in battle." This description is as true to-day as it was then, and their prowess appeared as conspicuously off...
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A Short History of China: An Account for the General Reader of an Ancient ...

Demetrius Charles de Kavanagh Boulger - 1900 - 436 pāgines
...Khan. The Japanese are by nature a military nation, and the Chinese writers themselves describe them as " intrepid, inured to fatigue, despising life,...earliest childhood, render them terrible in battle." Emboldened by their success over the formidable Mongols the Japanese treated the Chinese with contempt,...
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China

Sir Robert Kennaway Douglas - 1913 - 322 pāgines
...China," quotes a passage from a Chinese historian, who describes the Japanese of this period as being " intrepid, inured to fatigue, despising life, and knowing...earliest childhood, render them terrible in battle." This description is as true to-day as it was then, and their prowess was exhibited as conspicuously...
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