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Georgean House. Melbourne. 1945. Prior to the dominance of the East India Company and of European settlement in the Pacific Basin, other races - The Arabs in Dhows; The Chinese and the Japanese in ocean going, Junks plied the oceans in trade and intercourse with the West. Then came the Portuguese and later the Spanish who entered the great Eastern Empire in search of trade. The Dutch and British, however were to explore, chart and dominate, with their maritime supremacy, and in doing so change the course of history. Splendid illustrations of the vessels that plied the East. Good condition. Illustrated end boards. Minor wear to upper spine. 386pp. 225 mm x 140 mm.