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Does Japan menace the United States?

by Chugo Ohira

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Published by Japanese-American commercial weekly in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Foreign relations

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDS849.U6 R5
    The Physical Object
    Pagination27 p.
    Number of Pages27
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24661951M
    LC Control Number17009120

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National Emergency Does Japan menace the United States. by Ohira, Chugo. [from old catalog] Publication date Topics Rea, George Bronson, Publisher New York, Japanese-American commercial weeklyPages: First published in"Japan: The Air Menace of the Pacific" combines military and naval analysis with a look at domestic American politics.

Many of his strategic arguments were right on, if not absolutely original, and focus on the need for the U.S. to develop a strong air arm to counter the growing strength of Japan.3/5(1).

"Is Japan a Menace to the United States?" is an article from The Advocate of Peace (), Volume View more articles from The Advocate of. Picked it up just to have a laugh at the alarming title, but it turned out to be a very sober and well argued essay, written inthat 1) within a few years the US would end up in a war with Japan, 2) it would probably begin with a sudden attack by Japan on US and allied interests in the Pacific, and 3) a war with Japan would be a lot bloodier and more costly than most Americans realized, because Japan was in 5/5(2).

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Thanks to hip-hop and Hollywood, the United States is still the world’s leading cultural exporter. But, in recent years, American culture has increasingly been following a playbook made in Japan. Additional Physical Format: Online version: McCormick, Frederick, Menace of Japan. Boston, Little, Brown, and Co., (OCoLC)   Calling all Dennis the Menace classic comic book fans.

This book is a nice collection of stories from the earlier comic books - stories by Fred Toole (inspiration for Mr. Wilson) and artwork by Al Wiseman. For those that like the original stories and artwork this is Reviews: Secondly, if the United States abolished the Exclusion Act of relations would be improved.

By this Act all immigration of Japanese into the United States was forbidden. The Ambassador declared to me that even if only Japanese were allowed to enter the step would be appreciated, because it was a matter of principle rather than numbers.

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pp, Kinsey, Purchase. Get the Magazine. It also makes sense in terms of the alliance between Japan and the United States. I think the question is why it took 71 years for this to happen. And I think there are answers to that. The Japan Dilemma: Asia's Next Geopolitical Nightmare. "Washington may end up with a more assertive ally that antagonizes China, South Korea, and perhaps other neighboring states.

The United States established diplomatic relations with Japan in During World War II, diplomatic relations between the United States and Japan were severed in the context of the war that followed Japan’s attack on Pearl Harbor, Hawaii.

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If Japan had taken pearl harbour, then they would have a base to bomb attack mainland USA. Apart from naval bases, Japan posed a threa. Not many people are aware of the extent of the destruction of many Japanese cities which the author details here.

He points out that the Soviet Union kept its word to help the United States by its intervention against Japan, the decisive reason why Japan was Reviews: 7.Origins.

The racist and cultural stereotypes of the Yellow Peril originated in the late 19th century, when Chinese workers (people of different skin-color, physiognomy, language and culture) legally immigrated to Australia, Canada, the U.S.

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