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MATIGNON, J.-J. (JEAN-JACQUES). - Enseignements Médicaux de la Guerre Russo-Japonaise. Avec cartes, plans, croquis, schémas et photographies de l'Auteur.

Paris, Maloine, 1907. Crown octavo. Pp. 448. Plus large folding table and a folding map. With figures, sketch maps, photographs, tables, etc. Illustrated title-page. Half-title present. Hardcover, bound in contemporary cloth and marbled boards, original illustrated wrapper laid-down, old shelf ticket and manuscript lettering-piece to spine, old military institutional stamps to title and prelims. Spine panel worn, bookblock shaken, else in good condition, very clean interior. ¶ ~ First edition. Jean-Jacques Matignon (1866-1928), French physician who served with the French embassy in Peking in the 1880s. He was a keen observer who wrote extensively about oriental medicine, crime and poverty in Beijing, and on the Imperial Japanese Army. His analysis of the medical heritage of the Russo-Japanese War is through, well-informed, and extensively illustrated.
EUR 450.00 [Appr.: US$ 524.05 | £UK 379.75 | JP¥ 60022] Book number 9086

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