Far Eastern Strategy

T. R. B.
October 1940
New Republic;10/14/40, Vol. 103 Issue 16, p524
Examines the Japanese policy in the World War II in context of Far Eastern countries. Need of Japan to buy overseas raw materials and manufactured products; Temptation of Japan to seize the Philippines and the Dutch East Indies; Focus on the safety of Singapore, if Japanese permitted to absorb Indo-China and Thailand; Views of experts on Japanese bombing raids; Unity of U.S. and Russia against Japanese aggression.


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