In this prescient polemic, written as the Second World War was ending, Ward takes the case of Hong Kong to look at how the Japanese invaders sought to present themselves as liberators of Asians from white imperialism. After examining Japan's modus operandi in the British colony, he advocates measures that colonial powers will have to take if they were going to regain their former dominance. Either such advice fell on deaf ears or was ineffective, since within a decade from the end of the war most Western colonies in Asia were either in the hands of newly independent governments or on their way to do so. Very Good Hardback in a Good Dust Jacket. First Edition. 205 pages with an index
Weight: 0.6 kg Post free within Malaysia
Published by University of Chicago Press, 1945
Condition: The dust jacket is frayed and rubbed around the edges. The binding is tight and there is mild tanning throughout.