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Greater Japan Islamic Society. - [Waga Nan'yo Boeki to Kaikyoto].

Tokyo, 1939 (Showa 14). 22x15cm publisher's printed wrapper; [2],58pp. Cover spotted, staple stains; pretty good. ¶ Here's a footnote in world history new to me: Japan and Islam. The Islamic Society was not, I'm sorry to say, a group of Japanese Muslims but more a bureau set up in 1938 to foster relations with the Islamic world, educate the Japanese and formulate policy for a significant population within the growing Japanese empire. The title of this booklet more or less translates as South Seas Trade and Muslims. It is labelled secret and was not for sale.
AUD 75.00 [Appr.: EURO 45.25 US$ 48.15 | £UK 39.5 | JP¥ 7143] Book number 11072

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