JAPAN: Imperial Garter

The daughter dominions of the British Empire do not share good Mother England's intimacy with the potent little yellowmen of Nippon. Due primarily to the influence of Canada, New Zealand and Australia− all leery of Japanese immigrants−Great Britain is no longer the formal ally of Japan. But informal relations continue close and cordial between the first and third greatest naval Powers. Last week wise Mother England sent one of her very nicest sons−downy-lipped Henry, the Duke of Gloucester, third son of George V.−to bestow the Most...

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