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John W. Vandercook • 52 Items / 28 Articles, 10 Reviews, 13 Books
Dark Islands (1937)
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Published Reviews
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    Travel Book of People (Review)
    Dark Islands, by John W. Vandercook
    1. Dark Islands by John W. Vandercook
    The Saturday Review, October 30, 1937, p. 11
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    Brief Reviews (3 Reviews)
    Problems of the Pacific, 1936, by W.L. Holland and Kate L. Mitchell
    1. Problems of the Pacific, 1936 by W.L. Holland and Kate L. Mitchell
    2. Arsenal of Facts
    3. Dark Islands by John W. Vandercook
    The New Masses, February 8, 1938, p. 26
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    Recent Books on International Relations (14 Reviews)
    The Far East
    1. Problems of the Pacific, 1936 by W.L. Holland and Kate L. Mitchell
    2. The Legal Status of Aliens in Pacific Countries by Norman Archibald MacRae MacKenzie
    3. The Problem of Peaceful Change in the Pacific Area by Henry F. Angus
    4. Education in Pacific Countries by Felix M. Keesing
    5. China: A Short Cultural History by C.P. Fitzgerald and C.G. Seligman
    6. Retreat of the West by No-Yong Park
    7. Red Star Over China by Edgar Snow
    8. First Act in China by James M. Bertram
    9. I Speak for the Chinese by Carl Crow
    10. Forbidden Journey: From Peking to Kashmir by Ella K. Maillart
    11. Japan Defies the World by James A.B. Scherer
    12. The Philippines: A Nation in the Making by Felix M. Keesing
    13. French Indo-China by Virginia M. Thompson
    14. Dark Islands by John W. Vandercook
    Foreign Affairs, April 1938, pp. 556-557