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ANGLO-JAPANESE ALLIANCE.

AMERICAN ALLEGATION

NEW YORK, March 22. The Paris correspondent of the "Chicago Tribune" says it is believed. that Japan is aggrieved because of the probable loss of Kiao-Chau and the failure of her initial effort to secure the freedom of Japanese emigration to the United States. Australia, Canada, and Great Britain support Mr "Wilson against Japan on the question of immigration. The correspondent says that apparently Great .Britain is finding the Japanese alliance irksome. Ureat Britain welcomes the League of Nations covenant as abrogating existing treaties and alliances, thus allowing England to part company with Japan-am-icably and strengthening the bonds of .Umpire. It is no secret that Australia has been regarding the Anglo-Japanese alliance witli increasing anxiety," and ilaigland realises that her Japanese alliance hampers the establishment of closer' relations with the United States.

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ANGLO-JAPANESE ALLIANCE., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9574, 1 April 1919

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ANGLO-JAPANESE ALLIANCE. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9574, 1 April 1919

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