TITLE

What Is Japanese Strategy Today?

AUTHOR(S)
Rosinger, Lawrence K.
PUB. DATE
July 1944
SOURCE
New Republic;7/17/44, Vol. 111 Issue 3, p71
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Presents information on the presents strategy of Japan in the World War II. Emphasis on the degree of, initiative Japan still possesses; Hopes that Japan's leaders may cherish; Problems faced by the United Nations, in order to indicate that, while unexpected good fortune may come their way, they have no reason to count on an easy victory; Claim that Japan's position is difficult in the extreme; Stress that the earliest possible defeat of Germany is a major prerequisite to shortening and simplifying the Far Eastern conflict; View that any hopes Japan may entertain of avoiding unconditional surrender can be realized only if the United Nations commit enormous blunders.
ACCESSION #
14671677

 

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