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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Nish, Ian Hill.
Japan's struggle with internationalism.
London ; New York : K. Paul International, 1992
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Ian Hill Nish
|Description:||xv, 286 pages : maps ; 23 cm|
|Contents:||The Mukden incident and after; towards an international commission, November-December 1931; problems, foreign and domestic; the creation of Manchukuo; the Shanghai crisis, January-March 1932; arrival of the Lytton Commission; Lytton in Manchuria; hiatus in Tokyo and Peking, May-June 1932; rush for recognition of Manchukuo; the Lytton Report and Japan; crisis at Christmas; the assembly resolves, January-February 1933; climax and aftermath; some concluding thoughts.|