The Anglo-Japanese Alliance.
A Japanese View of its Value.
New York, April 27
Baron Kaneko, the Japanese special Commissioner m the United States, speaking at the banquet to Mr Whttelaw Eeid, who succeeds Mr Choate as United States Ambassador m London, said the AngloJapanese alliance would preserve the world's peace, prevent the dismemberment of China, enable France and Germany to maintain their footholds m the Far East, and permit Eussia to remain unmolested within her proper bounds m Siberia. The speech was received with cheers.
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Ashburton Guardian, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6556, 28 April 1905
The Anglo-Japanese Alliance. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6556, 28 April 1905
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