Jews, Opium and the Kimono: The Story of the Jews in the Far East.  

Author Yehezkel-Shaked, Ezra
Place of Publication Jerusalem
Publication Name Rubin Mass
Year 2003
Language(s) English
RARE book on the central role the Jewish people played in the Far East countries, such as building Shanghai and Hong Kong, helping creating the Chinese Army, introducing Communism to the Chinese people, arming the Japanese forces in their war against Russia (1904-05), discovering in Bombay and spreading the vaccine against cholera and the plague throughout the Far East, and many other less known events. Contains b&w photographs. 240x165mm. 282 pages. Illustrated Softcover. Cover yellowing and slightly stained. Cover corners and edges wrinkled. Cover, spine, spine edges and hinges rubbed. [SUMMARY]: This extremely rare monograph on the great Jewish contribution and effort on behalf of the countries of the Far East is overall in good condition.
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Catalog Index Number AR 251 012

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