JAPAN-CHINA: Five Wise Westerners

To find the facts in Japan and China's quarrel about Manchuria, to establish these facts with high authority, and to suggest an impartial solution, five wise Westerners went out to the everchanging East eight months ago.

Their chairman, Victor Alexander George Robert, second Earl of Lytton, first drew breath at Simla, the summer capital of British India, while his father was Viceroy 56 years ago. In 1925 lean, scholarly Lord Lytton was himself Viceroy of India for five months. He knows his East. Release of the Lytton Report last week stirred the deepest...

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