[Book Review] Japan and the league of nations: Empire and the world order, 1914-38
Burkman, well-known scholar in Japanese inter-war diplomatic history, rightly points out that Japan's relationship with the League of Nations had long been remembered for its confrontations with that body, primarily ‘the 1919 debates over racial equality and Shandong’ and ‘the 1931–33 League challenge to the Japanese seizure of Manchuria’ (xi). The Japanese government formally communicated its withdrawal from the League on 27 March 1933, which came into effect two years later. Against this...[Show more]
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|Source:||Japanese Studies 28.2 (2008): 252-254|
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