In This Review

Modern Korea
Modern Korea
By Andrew J. Grajdanzev
Day, 1944, 350 pp

A good book on Korea has long been high on the list of desiderata in the field of international relations. With the appearance of the present work this lacuna has been filled about as satisfactorily as is possible in view of the fact that the author had to depend largely on Japanese sources. Even so, he is able to document the oppression, economic as well as political, to which the Korean people have been subjected by Japanese rule. The book is published under the auspices of the Institute of Pacific Relations.