Title: Documents Illustrative of Japan's National ...
Publisher: Council of International Affairs
Publication Date: 1937
Binding: Soft cover
Book Condition: Good
63 pp. cover is worn and soiled, pages are dog-eared, staple binding is rusted. Contents: 1. General Shigeru Hong's letter to the Japanese Minister of War on the Plan of World Conquest; 2. Chapters from General Sadao Araki's pamphlet giving his conception o fthe mission of Japan under the Reign of Showa; 3. Mr. Koki Hirota's maiden Diet speech; 4. The Amau Declaration of April 17, 1934; 5. An article by Major Kenji Shimonaya giving a description of Japanese activities in Mongolia; 6. Major-General Hayao Tada's pamphlet giving what he considered should be the basic conception of China; 7. Statement on Chinese currency reform by the Japanese War Office; 8. tatement on Chinese currency reform by Major-General Rensuke Isogai 0.0. Bookseller Inventory # B0008A086SAMA122113
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