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A keen little Japanese general, trim if tubby, bustled about Hongkong last week, the confident swish of his great-coat followed by hate-glinting Chinese eyes.
Japanese explain General Kenji Doihara to Occidentals as "our Lawrence of Manchuria." It was perfectly all right, they say, for Great Britain to detach Arabia from Turkey during the War by sending Colonel T. E. "Lawrence of Arabia" to stir up the tribes. Therefore has not General Doihara's work in Manchuria, Japanese ask, been equally all right?
Subtle Doihara may or may not have provoked the...