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Marion M. Dilts • 3 Books
The Pageant of Japanese History (1938)
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Published Reviews
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    Far Eastern History (Review)
    The Pageant of Japanese History, by Marion May Dilts
    1. The Pageant of Japanese History by Marion May Dilts
    The American Historical Review, July 1939, p. 995
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    Japan Old and New (Review)
    The Pageant of Japanese History, by Marion May Dilts
    1. The Pageant of Japanese History by Marion May Dilts
    The Saturday Review, August 20, 1938, p. 10
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    Recent Books on International Relations (8 Reviews)
    The Far East
    1. The Far East by Harold S. Quigley and George H. Blakeslee
    2. Chinese-Japanese War, 1937- by Julia E. Johnsen
    3. The Case Against Japan by Charles R. Shepherd
    4. What War Means: The Japanese Terror in China by H.J. Timperley
    5. Government in Republican China by Paul Myron Anthony Linebarger
    6. The Pageant of Japanese History by Marion May Dilts
    7. Japan: The Hungry Guest by G.C. Allen
    8. Secret Agent of Japan by Amleto Vespa
    Foreign Affairs, January 1939, p. 449
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    New Books: A Reader's List (10 Reviews)
    Italy's Foreign and Colonial Policy, 1914-1937, by Maxwell H.H. Macartney and Paul Cremona
    1. Italy's Foreign and Colonial Policy, 1914-1937 by Maxwell H.H. Macartney and Paul Cremona
    2. The Pageant of Japanese History by Marion May Dilts
    3. Japan: The Hungry Guest by G.C. Allen
    4. The Schoolma'am by Frances R. Donovan
    5. The Trial of Helen McLeod by Alice Beal Parsons
    6. The Doomsday Men by J.B. Priestley
    7. Mr. Despondency's Daughter by Anne Parrish
    8. A Woman Screamed by Robert Neumann
    9. Designing Women by Margaretta Byers and Consuelo Kamholz
    10. Thrice a Stranger by Vera Brittain
    The New Republic, September 21, 1938, pp. 195-196