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Japan Subdued

Japan Subdued

By Herbert Feis

Princeton University Press, 1961, 199 pp.

In this final volume of his admirable series of works on the diplomacy of the Second World War, Mr. Feis deals with the plans and actions of the Allied and Japanese Governments between the defeat of Germany and the end of the War in the Pacific. Looming over the whole narrative is the atomic bomb and the question of its use to hasten the Japanese surrender.