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LIFE Magazine Pearl Harbor Issue: How To Tell Japs From The Chinese

Below are excerpt of several pages from a LIFE magazine's article (December, 1941): How To Tell Japs From The Chinese Angry Citizens Victimize Allies With Emotional Outburst At EnemyIn the first discharge of emotions touched off by the Japanese assaults on their nation, U.S. citizens have been demonstrating a distressing ignorance on the delicate question of how to tell a Chinese from a Jap.
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