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The Japanese Enemy: His Power and His Vulnerability

The Japanese Enemy: His Power and His Vulnerability

By Hugh Byas

Knopf, 1942, 107 pp.

The author served in Japan from 1914 to 1941, first as editor of The Japan Advertiser and later as correspondent for The Times of both London and New York. He warns us against underestimating the strength and intelligence of our enemy. Though he expects an Allied victory, he predicts a long and costly conflict.