THE CASE FOR MANCHOUKUO by George B. Roa

THE CASE FOR MANCHOUKUO

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A challenge to the public that accepts placidly the theory that Japan has sinned against China and the world. The author builds up, convincingly step by step, the theory that Manchoukuo had every right to set up an independent kingdom, every right and need to call upon Japan for protection; that the fault in the Far East lies with the Occidental nations, that the precedent has been set up and supported on every side and over long periods of time. That America is being led blindfold into trouble with Japan. And that the way is being opened for Soviet supremacy in the Far East. The facts are given lucidly and interestingly, with little attempt at dramatization or scareheads. A book for the thoughtful reader who wants to know what is actually going on in the Far East.

Pub Date: March 8th, 1935
Publisher: Appleton-Century