Japan"s case as presented before the special session of the Assembly of the League of Nations

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Statementdelivered by Yosuke Matsuoka, chief Japanese delegate, before the ninth and fourteenth plenary meetings, December, 1932].
ContributionsMatsuoka, Yosuke, 1880-1946
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LC ClassificationsDS783.7L4 J33, DS783.7L4 J33
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[Yōsuke Matsuoka; League of Nations. Delegation from Japan.] -- Comprises addresses delivered by Yosuke Matsuoka, before the ninth, fourteenth and seventeenth plenary meetings of the Assembly, Dec.

6 and 8,and Feb. 24. The Manchurian question; Japan's case in the Sino-Japanese dispute as presented before the League of Nations.

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