I Saw the Fall of the Philippines/Behind the Japanese Mask/Pacific Charter: Our Destiny in Asia (Book)

Powell, John B.
March 1943
New Republic;3/8/43, Vol. 108 Issue 10, p322
Book Review
Reviews several books on the Far East. "I Saw the Fall of the Philippine," by Carlos P. Romulo; "Behind the Japanese Mask," by Jesse F. Steiner; "Pacific Charter: Our Destiny in Asia," by Hallett Abend; "Exchange Ship," by Max Hill.


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