Japan's Strategy -- And Resources

Bisson, T. A.
December 1941
New Republic;12/22/41, Vol. 105 Issue 25, p851
Focuses on the war strategy adopted by Japan against the U.S. Estimation of the Far Eastern military-naval problem; Position of American battle fleet on the defensive; Reports on Japan's vigorous offensive, despite their, lengthy lines of communication; View Australasia and India, growing producers of heavy munitions as the closest areas of support to Southeast Asia; Disappearance of short war.


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