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Rhee, Syngman
Japan Inside Out The Challenge of Today
New York: Fleming H. Revell, 1941. Japan Inside Out, Inscribed by Syngman Rhee in 1941, Just Months before Pearl HarborRhee, Syngman. Japan Inside Out: The Challenge of Today. Signed Association Copy. Inscribed by the Author to FDR's Secretary of the Navy Frank Knox on July 29, 1941, just months before Pearl Harbor. First ed., 208p. Binding clean and tight, a few internal spots and usual shelf wear, dj spine sunned (see pic). A great association piece with an important member of the Roosevelt administration just months before his expertise would be required.During World War II, William Franklin "Frank" Knox (1874-1944) was an advocate of preparedness. As an internationalist, he supported aid to the Allies and opposed isolationism. In July 1940, he became Secretary of the Navy under Franklin D. Roosevelt, part of the Democratic president's effort to build bi-partisan support for his foreign and defense policies following the defeat of France. .Syngman Rhee (1875-1965) was head of state in the provisional government of the Republic of Korea and later president of South Korea. Jacket sunned but overall good; book very good+.
Bookseller: G&A Historical Books [United States]
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