This volume exposes Japan’s motives and designs on the economic front, pointing out the dangers of her policy of ousting Western interests and influence from East Asia during the conflict with China in Manchuria. The author urges the American and British governments to reconsider their position and strategy towards Japan. This book represents a fascinating insight into the power struggle between Japan & China in the early twentieth century.
1. Japan’s Economic Motives in China 2. Developments on the Economic Front, 1937-39 3. Japan’s Offensive Against Third Power Interests 4. China’s Economic Defence 5. Japan’s Economic Losses During the "China Incident" 6. Economic Implications and Consequences. Appendices.