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The Korean War And Japanese Security, June 1950–August 1951

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This chapter presents a list of 14 letters written during the period June 1950-August 1951. Some of the letters are written by William Richards Castle to Kichisaburo Nomura, Hill to Nomura, Nomura to William Pratt, and Arleigh Burke to Nomura. The chapter contains two memorandums written by Nomura to Charles Tuner Joy. Nomura adopted the Western fashion in his dealings with his American counterparts. A self-professed "friend of Japan", Castle held various posts within the State Department during the 1920s and early 1930s. His friendship with Nomura dated back to his ambassadorial mission of 1930, at which time he worked closely with Nomura to help smooth the way for Japan's acquiescence in the London Naval Limitation Treaty.

Keywords: Arleigh Burke; Kichisaburo Nomura; William Pratt; William Richards Castle



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