WHAT THE JAPANESE STOOD FOR IN THE WORLD WAR.; With introductions by Viscounts K. Kaneko, Ishii, and E. Shibusawa; notes by Viscount E. Shibusawa. Statement regarding the publication of the article by J.B. Millet. Roosevelt T.

WHAT THE JAPANESE STOOD FOR IN THE WORLD WAR.; With introductions by Viscounts K. Kaneko, Ishii, and E. Shibusawa; notes by Viscount E. Shibusawa. Statement regarding the publication of the article by J.B. Millet.

No Publisher Listed. 1920 (nd, circa) No Place, 1st edn, iv, 42pp, plus 52 unnumbered pages, photo of Roosevelt. A very good copy in original ivory cloth, somewhat soiled, spine darkened a bit with a few light spots. Item #006638

Printed in English and Japanese (first published as an article in the New York Times, November, 1919). In this extremely rare book Roosevelt portrays Japan's role in the first World War and argues it had a positive effects for the allies in its final victory. Copies of this book are almost impossible to find.

Price: $2,000.00

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