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Patriotism in Wartime: Nikolai of Japan and the Kingdoms of this World
Religion and Politics, Theology

Patriotism in Wartime: Nikolai of Japan and the Kingdoms of this World

In a diary entry on Christmas Eve 1904, Bishop Nikolai of Japan expresses his deep sorrow over Russian losses in the ongoing Russo-Japanese War.  Nikolai remained in Tokyo during the war at the request of the Japanese Orthodox congregation he had served for more than four decades.  His suffering was all the more difficult because…

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