The Far Eastern Crisis

February 1941
New Republic;2/24/41, Vol. 104 Issue 8, p264
Focuses on the crisis in the Far East and its implications on the U.S. and other countries. Report that Japan had for weeks been creeping down the coast of Asia by well known methods of penetration; View that the Japanese government would like to extend its influence as far as possible in the southern Pacific; Information on the three hypotheses on the Axis penetration strategy in the Far East; Intentions behind every utterance and action of Japan; View that the proper answer is to remain undisturbed and to proceed on the American chosen course.


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