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{{nihongo|'''Eizaburo Nomura'''|野村 栄三郎|Nomura Eizaburō|}} was a [[Japan]]ese explorer of [[Central Asia]]. He made two trips to Central Asia between 1902 and 1910, all financed by [[Ōtani Kōzui|Count Ōtani]]. Although he travelled as a secretary of Otani's Buddhist temple in [[Kyoto]], he was suspected, correctly, by [[British Intelligence|British]] and [[Russian Ministry of Internal Affairs|Russian Intelligence]] of being in the [[Imperial Japanese Army]].
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{{nihongo|'''Eizaburo Nomura'''|野村 栄三郎|Nomura Eizaburō|}} was a [[Japan]]ese explorer of [[Central Asia]]. He made two trips to Central Asia between 1902 and 1910, all financed by [[Ōtani Kōzui|Count Ōtani]]. Although he travelled as a secretary of Otani's Buddhist temple in Kyoto, he was suspected, correctly, by [[British Intelligence|British]] and [[Russian Ministry of Internal Affairs|Russian Intelligence]] of being in the [[Imperial Japanese Army]].
   
 
==References==
 
==References==
* Hopkirk, Peter (1980). ''Foreign Devils on the Silk Road: The Search for the Lost Cities and Treasures of Chinese Central Asia''. Amherst: The [[University of Massachusetts Press]]. ISBN 0-87023-435-8.
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* Hopkirk, Peter (1980). ''Foreign Devils on the Silk Road: The Search for the Lost Cities and Treasures of Chinese Central Asia''. Amherst: The University of Massachusetts Press. ISBN 0-87023-435-8.
   
 
''For more details of Nomura's expeditions, see [[Expeditions of Count Otani]]''.
 
''For more details of Nomura's expeditions, see [[Expeditions of Count Otani]]''.

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Eizaburo Nomura (野村 栄三郎 Nomura Eizaburō?) was a Japanese explorer of Central Asia. He made two trips to Central Asia between 1902 and 1910, all financed by Count Ōtani. Although he travelled as a secretary of Otani's Buddhist temple in Kyoto, he was suspected, correctly, by British and Russian Intelligence of being in the Imperial Japanese Army.

References

  • Hopkirk, Peter (1980). Foreign Devils on the Silk Road: The Search for the Lost Cities and Treasures of Chinese Central Asia. Amherst: The University of Massachusetts Press. ISBN 0-87023-435-8.

For more details of Nomura's expeditions, see Expeditions of Count Otani.

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