Tokyo: Morinomichisha, 1956. 163p., stiff wraps with edgeworn dj, inscribed by author. Educated in New York, Nakamura became an important Japanese diplomat and served in the years before WWII as an official spokesman to communicate Japanese government positions to American audiences. His career included a term in the Japanese Diet. He recalls here his personal and diplomatic activities, with several B&W photos showing travels around the world, and describes meeting such figures as Adolf Hitler, visiting Fascist Spain, and giving a talk at San Jose State University! Nakamura complained of uncivil treatment of Japanese by Californians. (Inventory #: 142300)
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