1933… Mr. Harry Hussey, author of this volume, has lived in China and Japan for the past twenty years and traveled extensively in the Far East. He has a wide acquaintance among the contemporary Chinese and Japanese leaders in politics, diplomacy, business, industry and other fields of activity. Years of contact, observation and study have enabled him to appraise men and events in the present Sino-Japanese conflict in their full significance. As Counselor to the Chinese Assessor, he accompanied the Commission of Enquiry of the League of Nations on its recent tour of investigation in Manchuria. The things which he tells with striking simplicity in the following pages cannot, in my opinion, fail to be of keen interest to all who desire to understand the Far Eastern situation, which is at once serious and portentous.
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