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Abstract:
History of Baha'i activities in Japan, 1909-1994, and life stories of notable persons.

Unfurling the Divine Flag in Tokyo:
An Early Bahá'í History

by Barbara R. Sims

Tokyo: Bahá'í Publishing Trust of Japan, 1998
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Bahá'í Publishing Trust of Japan
Shinjuku 7-2-13
Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 160-0022, Japan

Copyright © 1998 by Barbara R. Sims

                     Contents
    Preface...........................................................................4
 1. The First Bahá'í Meeting in Japan, 1909...........................................5 
 2. The First Bahá'í Teachers to Settle in Japan, 1914................................9 
 3. Early Bahá'í Literature..........................................................13 
 4. Star of the East Series (Higashi no Hoshi).......................................16 
 5. The First Local Spiritual Assembly in Japan......................................20 
 6. The Mid and Late 1930s...........................................................21 
 7. The Rebirth of the Faith in Japan................................................23 
 8. The First Postwar Local Spiritual Assemblies.....................................27 
 9. Literature in the Early Postwar Period...........................................44 
10. The First National Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá'ís of North East Asia, 1957....47 
11. The National Hazíratu'l-Quds.....................................................51 
12. The Bahá'í Geppo (Monthly News)..................................................59 
13. Hands of the Cause and Other Eminent Bahá'ís Who Have Visited Tokyo..............64 
14. Early Japanese Bahá'ís of Tokyo..................................................69
    References.......................................................................77 
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