TONG, Hollington K.
Title: Problems And Personalities In The Far East.
Publisher:  China Press, Incorporated, Shanghai, China , 1933,
Seller ID: 82580
TONG, Hollington K. Problems And Personalities In The Far East. Shanghai, China : The China Press, Incorporated [tipped-in slip adds : The Joint Publication Company of The China Times, The China Press, The China Evening News and The Shin Shin News Agency], (June 1933). Pp (4),1-157,(3). Illustrated.Maps. Double Column. 8vo, printed grey card covers. Contents : New Franco- Soviet Pact, Outgrowth of Japan Advance, Lets Reds Face East; Hurley Demandfor U.S. Army Reveals American Apprehension over Far East; Japanese Encroa chment on Manchuria Will Render Passing of Philippine Bill Unlikely; Su Affair Opens Way for Soviet Trade with China; Battle for China Market between Japan and Russia Seen; Economic, Military and Psychological Factors Tie. U.S.S.R. And U.S.A. Together; League Action Called Revival of Ineffective Asquith Policy; Past Japanese Actions Point to Jehol Drive; Britain Seen as Determining Factor Here; China Suffers from a Lack of Anglo-American Agreement; Beginning of Hostilities in Jehol Raises Pertinent Issues for China; England and Japan Cannot Be Compared; Japanese and League View Has Curious Contrast; Japan Provokes Trouble with Soviet Union; A Threat to England behindMatsuoka's Statement; Recall of Most Unhappy Diplomat, General Chiang Tso- ping, Urged; Matsuoka's Brilliant Star Rises – and Falls; Japan's Chief Envoy Turns Propagandist; Possibilities of Soviet-American Rapprochement Hailed Here; China Determined to Fight Japan's Advance; Foreign Legion for ChinaIs Suggested; America Skeptical as Propagandist Leaves; Japanese Turn Gree dy Eyes on Dutch East Indies; League Views Told by a Geneva Journalist; Japanese Python Coiling to Crush Philippine Islands; Overland Transportation from Canton to Peiping Advancing; Flood Relief Chief Tells of Commission's Work in China; Japan Extends Operations into Hopei despite Former Promises; New Theories of Swastika and of Loess Explained; Gen. Araki Invents Kodoismfor Army; Twist of Fate Makes Araki Man of the Hour; Soviet-Japanese War I nevitable as Nippon Pushes Aggression; Yoshizawa Indicates Belief China notto Seek Negotiations; Japanese Aggravate Chinese Eastern Railway Controver sy; Japan's Parties Bid for Army's Support; Soviet Fear of Japanese Invasion Seen in Proposal to Sell Railway; Motives behind Soviet Offer Obscure, China will Suffer; Japanese Now Press on to New Market; Huang Fu Speaks to nation in Parables; Roosevelt's Definition of Aggressor Revives U.S.-JapaneseWar Ramblings; Truce Brings Tense pause in Hostilities. Spine browned, edg es chipped, lacking top two inches of spine, pencil note, else good. 40.00