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United States Department of State / Foreign relations of the United States diplomatic papers, 1934. The Far East
(1934)

The Far Eastern crisis,   pp. 1-348 PDF (131.6 MB)


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348          FOREIGN RELATIONS, 1934, VOLUME III
that the acute financial situation in the latter part of the year was pri-
marily due to the silver policy of the United States. At the same time,
China realized that even were Western nations willing to extend sub-
stantial help, Japanese opposition to such aid would be difficult to
circumvent.
  There was some evidence, particularly in the case of the murder of
the American missionaries, Mr. and Mrs. John C. Stami,5 that the
communists in China were adopting a policy more anti-foreign than
formerly because of assistance allegedly given by foreigners to the
established regime of General Chiang Kai-shek.
  Respectfully yours,                                C. E. GAUSS
  ' For correspondence, see p. 462 if.


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