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From alliance to enmity: Anglo-Japanese relations, 1930 to 1939

@inproceedings{Scully2013FromAT,
  title={From alliance to enmity: Anglo-Japanese relations, 1930 to 1939},
  author={J. Scully},
  year={2013}
}
During the early twentieth century, Anglo-Japanese relations declined dramatically, and disintegrated altogether during the 1940s. The purpose of the thesis was to examine relations between Britain and Japan from 1930 to 1939. Numerous archival and secondary sources concerning diplomatic relations, contemporary domestic politics, economic constraints, and public opinion were consulted. The principal conclusions were that the decline of the Anglo-Japanese alliance was all but inevitable in light… Expand

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