Foreign Correspondents in Japan: Reporting a Half Century of Upheavals, from 1945 to the Present
Founded in 1945, the Foreign Correspondents' Club of Japan has been a haven for working journalists. This collection of their own accounts allows a behind-the-scenes look at how these journalists - including Pulitzer Prize Recipients - covered Asia during this dramatic era.
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The Age of Student Unrest and the Tokyo Olympics 19551964
Vietnam the Opening of China and the Okinawan Reversion 19651974
Part Four by Robert Neff
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