In defence of greater East Asia : an explanation of the situation
- Peking : [Publisher not identified], 1941.
- Physical description
- 43 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
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D767.2 .I63 1941 FS
Note: Closed access: item extremely fragile; please use digital surrogate or photocopy.
- Imperial rescript
- Diet unanimously passes resolution
- Roosevelt's wish comes true
- Manchoukuo pledges support
- Japanese government statement
- China stands by Japan
- Japanese-Thai alliance signed
- A war between states not individuals
- Premier Tojo's broadcast
- New tripartite alliance signed
- Axis in close cooperation
- Premier Tojo explains situation
- Emperor expresses pleasure
- Japan's finances calm
- "United we shall win".
- Publication date
- Restricted: Material extemely fragile; Access by digital surrogate or photocopy only
- Action note
- Cons. Trans. #5780.
- Special Collections & University Archives copy 1: Library holds an extremely brittle and fragile physical copy; the digital surrogate attached to this record was made from this paper original. Library also holds a photocopy made from the digital surrogate which can be accessed in the Reading Room. Provenance: Library of Congress duplicate (ink-stamp).
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