The White Peril in the Far East: An Interpretation of the Significance of the Russo-Japanese War
1905·New York; (1905)
by Gulick, Sidney L.
New York; (1905): Revell, 1905. Octavo. 191p. The author wrote that Japan was in parallel a recipient of the Anglo-Saxon civilization. His naivete while laughable in retrospect was adopted by the evangelicals who wanted to get more missionaries into Japan. Since his attitude was profoundly anti-Russian, he saw the Japanese victory as the virtual end of the Russia empire's domination in Manchuria and Korea. Bound in light brown cloth lettered and decorated in black and red, spine lettering black, there are some light blue pencil marks in the last chapter else a near fine copy. (Inventory #: 018925)
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