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Japan’s Dream of World Empire – The Tanaka Memorial

History


by
Carl Crow

Book Details

Format: EPUB

Page count: 128 pages

File size: 909 KB

Protection: DRM

Language: English

Carl Crow arrived in Shanghai in 1911 and made the city his home for a quarter of a century, working there as a journalist, newspaper proprietor, and groundbreaking ad-man. He also did stints as a hostage negotiator, emergency police sergeant, gentleman farmer, go-between for the American government, and propagandist. ‘Japan’s Dream Of World Empire – The Tanaka Memorial’ was first circulated in 1927 in Chinese, purporting to be a rough translation of a document presented to the Emperor of Japan on July 25, 1927, by Premier Tanaka, outlining the policy in Manchuria.

Carl Crow arrived in Shanghai in 1911 and made the city his home for a quarter of a century, working there as a journalist, newspaper proprietor, and groundbreaking ad-man. He also did stints as a hostage negotiator, emergency police sergeant, gentleman farmer, go-between for the American government, and propagandist. ‘Japan’s Dream Of World Empire – The Tanaka Memorial’ was first circulated in 1927 in Chinese, purporting to be a rough translation of a document presented… (more)

Carl Crow arrived in Shanghai in 1911 and made the city his home for a quarter of a century, working there as a journalist, newspaper proprietor, and groundbreaking ad-man. He also did stints as a hostage negotiator, emergency police sergeant, gentleman farmer, go-between for the American government, and propagandist. ‘Japan’s Dream Of World Empire – The Tanaka Memorial’ was first circulated in 1927 in Chinese, purporting to be a rough translation of a document presented to the Emperor of Japan on July 25, 1927, by Premier Tanaka, outlining the policy in Manchuria.

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