Gunther, John
November 1937
Saturday Evening Post;11/27/1937, Vol. 210 Issue 22, p5
Analyzes several questionable issues in politics as of November 1937. Independence of Manchukuo, a semi-autonomous division of the Chinese Republic; Italian quest of Ethiopia; Non-intervention pact in regard to the Spanish civil war.


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