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IMJIN WAR

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Samuel Hawley is a writer. His books are highly eclectic. He has written about 16th-century East Asian history, 19th-century Korean-American relations, Olympic sprinting and land speed racing and a circus elephant named Topsy who was electrocuted in 1903. He lives in Kingston, Ontario.


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THE IMJIN WAR: JAPAN'S INVASION OF KOREA AND ATTEMPT TO CONQUER CHINA


Here are some "extras" to compliment my book The Imjin War: Japan's Sixteenth-Century Invasion of Korea and Attempt to Conquer China (co-published by the Royal Asiatic Society, Seoul, and the Institute of East Asia Studies Press, UC Berkeley, 2005)

UPDATE (Aug. 13, 2014): The new paperback edition of The Imjin War is now available! Click on the cover below.

UPDATE (Sept. 4, 2014): The Imjin War is now available in eBook format as well.


ARTICLES The Imjin War (Part 1)

The Imjin War (Part 2)

Haengju Mountain Fortress on the "River of Hell"

The Spanish Plan to Conquer China

The Blood Ceilings of Kyoto


INTERVIEW


Shogun-ki interview (Part 1)

Shogun-ki interview (Part 2)


PHOTOGRAPHS


The Blood Ceilings of Kyoto

A Visit to Haengju sansong



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