JAPAN'S INDUSTRIAL STRENGTH by  Kate .

JAPAN'S INDUSTRIAL STRENGTH

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KIRKUS REVIEW

This is a book for students rather than the layman, -- a statistical survey and analysis of Japan's war strength which proves that their ""overall industrial war potential is vastly below that of the U. S."" From 1936 on, the expansion of heavy industries, under rigorous government control, the increasing dependence on imported raw mate, the decline in foreign trade, producing unbalanced economy and an evergrowing national debt. Careful step by step analysis of each factor, with charts, tables throughout. Embodies the latest available information.

Publisher: Knopf