Japanese Policy in Asia

Archive Report

Impending League Action on the Far East

Two Committees of the League of Nations dealing with Far Eastern affairs are to meet at Geneva during the Council session opening on May 14. The special committee created by the Council last July to coordinate League activities for the economic reconstruction of China will consider the report of Ludwig Rajchman, its technical delegate in charge of that work. At the same time, the Assembly's Far Eastern Advisory Committee, established at the end of February, 1933, following adoption of a report on the Manchurian incident based on the findings of the Lytton commission, will take up operation of the non-recognition policy as applied to the postal service of Manchukuo. The United States is officially represented on both committees, ...

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