Bankrupting the Enemy: The U.S. Financial Siege of Japan Before Pearl Harbor

Bankrupting the Enemy: The U.S. Financial Siege of Japan Before Pearl Harbor
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The award-winning author Edward S. Miller’s study that the U.S. forced Japan to international bankruptcy to deter its aggression. Even though researching recently declassified files of the Treasury and the Federal Reserve, Miller, a retired monetary director for a Fortune 500 firm resources, has revealed how a lot income meant. Washington experts confidently predicted that the war in China would be bankrupt in Japan, not understanding that the Japanese government had a enormous cache of dollars fraudulently hidden in New York. When found, Japan scrambled to get income. But, Miller said, in July 1941, President Roosevelt invoked a clause in trade with former enemy in 1917 to freeze the dollar and prohibits Japan from selling his treasure of gold from the U.S. Treasury, the only marketplace in Gold opened right after 1939th temporary move from Roosevelt to bring Japan to its senses, not on his knees, was thwarted, even so, by opportunistic bureaucrats. Dean Acheson Bankrupting the Enemy: The U.S. Financial Siege of Japan Just before Pearl Harbor

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