The Standard-Vacuum Oil Company and United States East Asian Policy 1933-1941

5.7 x 8.7", xii, 260 pp., footnotes, appendixes, sources, index, cloth, d.j., Princeton, 1975. (o.p.; fine). Item #7404

An extensive analysis of the intricacies of petroleum diplomacy before World War II and the role Standard-Vacuum Oil Company oil policy played during the war. New insights into the impact of the financial freeze of July 1941 on Japan, the largest importer of United States oil.

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