OUR JAPANESE FOE by Ian Morrison

OUR JAPANESE FOE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

As correspondent of the London Times, Ian Morrison covered the Papuan campaign, and it is that part of his book which reads best. From his observation and investigation he sees Japan as a separate foe, to be defeated separately he traces the traditions and history which led up to the formidable resistance; he analyzes the nationalistic, emotional and fanatical traits, the resources and armaments; and he feels that they have consolidated their forces for a long stand. Little new.

Publisher: Putnam