War in China. America's Role in the Far East. China, Varian Fry.

War in China. America's Role in the Far East.

New York: Foreign Policy Association, 1938. Paperback. A critique of contemporary Far Eastern policy in regards to China, written by the editor of the Foreign Policy Association's Headline Books series. Fry later was later honored as the first American to be named “Righteous Among the Nations” by Yad Vashem (Israel’s Holocaust Heroes and Martyrs Remembrance Authority), for his rescue work in 1940 & 1941 in France, in which he succeeded through his American Relief Center in helping many escape from death, including intellectuals who settled in the United States.
This is Headline Books, No. 13. Contents include: The Manchus Lose an Empire; Commodore Perry Rouses Japan; We Hold the Door Open; China Becomes a Republic; Ten Years of Friendship; The Manchurian Crisis; War in China; and Which Way America?. Sml 8vo, 95pp. Yellow paper wraps, title in red at front cover. Staple bound. Very good. Item #16704

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