Japanese Immigrants and Investments in North Borneo
The first detailed account in English of a little known aspect of Japanese history during the inter war years. With the encouragement of the Japanese Government, to relieve the overpopulated domestic labour market, many Japanese made new homes in and brought new investments to Southeast Asia. Following the Japanese invasion of China, several governments in the area restricted the inflow, but in North Borneo arrivals and new investments continued up until almost the eve of the Japanese invasion. 212 pages.
Weight 1 kg. Post free within Malaysia.
Condition: New. Hardcover.