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The American-Japanese controversy over the island of Yap
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|Title:||The American-Japanese controversy over the island of Yap|
|Authors:||Lee, Rosalie Leong|
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|Abstract:||A study of the significance and the importance of the Island of Yap as a station for modern communication. It is the purpose of this thesis to present the factors which caused the controversy between the United States and Japan and the methods used to relieve the tense situation and thus prevent international complications.|
Bibliography: leaves -93.
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