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This chapter talks about Beijing, Los Angeles and the far east of Russia. The message from 'China' was that thirty five million refugees would start arriving in northern Slovenia the same evening and join up with the vanguard of almost eleven million commanded by 'Northwest'. The eastern routes would be the most difficult and arduous: one of them led to the coldest part of North Europe, others to Eastern Europe and the poorest part of Russia. The Governor's view was that the attack on Russia should be limited and localized. The Sea of Japan is surrounded by the Korean peninsula, Japan, the island of Sakhalin and the coast of the Russian Far East with its ports between Vladivostok and Nikolaevsk. If the crisis in Russia continued to deteriorate, the government would have no alternative but to break the US blockade by military means.

Keywords: Beijing; Japan; Los Angeles; Russia



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