How Peace Was Lost: The 1935 Memorandum: Developments Affecting American Policy in the Far East
Hoover Press, 2000 - Architecture - 128 pages
In the light of today's pressing problems, architecture here becomes a strategy for projecting the future."--Jacket.
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