REPORT FROM TOKYO: A MESSAGE TO THE AMERICAN PEOPLE. Joseph C. GREW.
REPORT FROM TOKYO: A MESSAGE TO THE AMERICAN PEOPLE.
REPORT FROM TOKYO: A MESSAGE TO THE AMERICAN PEOPLE.

REPORT FROM TOKYO: A MESSAGE TO THE AMERICAN PEOPLE.

NY: Simon and Schuster, 1942. First Edition, later printing. Signed presentation from Grew on the front endpaper: "To Robert Nelson Anderson, President of the Federal Bar Association, with high regard from Joseph C. Grew." Grew was the U.S. Ambassador to Japan from 1932 to 1941 and "tells why the Japanese think they can win this war and what we must do to defeat them." Grew was also a high official in the State Department in Washington, 1944-1945, where he opposed hardliners, sought to avoid war, and sought a soft Japanese surrender in 1945 that enabled a peaceful American occupation of Japan after the war. His signed books are uncommon! 8vo., black cloth in dust jacket; 88 pages. Item #56715

Very Good (bit edgewear covers with some scattered discoloration; contents clean & tight); bit of wear & soil (several short tears: $1.50 price on front flap) d/j.

Price: $125.00

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