The revolt of Asia; the end of the white man's world dominance, by Upton Close (Josef Washington Hall) ...


New York, London, G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1927.

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Subjects Asia -- Politics and government.
Asia.
Eastern question.
Nationalism.
Politics and government
Race relations.
Description xiii, 325 pages 23 cm
Copyright Date 1927.
Contents The pendulum swings -- Tokyo to Cairo -- Tokyo to Cairo (continued) -- China becomes the spearhead -- How the white man came to dominate -- How the white man has lost dominion -- Russia in the revolt -- The revolt and the British empire -- Companions in revolt -- Japan in the new Asia -- The cultural revolt -- The revolt and Christianity -- America and the revolt -- Asia and the making of America -- The new era.
Geographic Area Asia
Network Numbers (OCoLC)1298161
(OCoLC)ocm01298161
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WorldCat Identities Close, Upton, 1894-1960.
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