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Map showing, with those of other Powers, the American possession. In the Pacific. The United States has the longest coast-line of any nation on the Pacjfic; for its protection the
American Navy in these waters should be second to none. Islands formerly under German control, held by the Japanese and British during the war, have been assigned, according to
the terms of the Peace Treaty, to the mandatory of the Allied nations as follows: "The German Samoan Island— The mandate shall be held by New Zealand. The other German
Pacific posessions south of the Equator, excluding the German Samoan Island and Nauru --the mandate shall be held by Australia. Nauru (Pleasant Leland)—the mandate shall be
given to the British Empire. The German Pacific Island, north of the Equator-the mandate shall be held by Japan."

The German Colonies in the Pacific Occan norb of the

of the United States

By
HENRY CHUNG, A. M.
Compiler of Korean Treaties, Korean Envoy

to the Paris Conference

With Introductory Note by
JEREMIAH W. JENKS, Ph. D., LL.D.

Director of Far Eastern Bureau
Research Professor of Government and Public Admin.

istration, New York University

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The Chinese Students in America whose mission it is to emancipate their country from the iron-bound traditions of the past and to instil the spirit of Western civilization into their ancient culture, so that China henceforth will be not a passive and self-contained nation but a progressive and dynamic power taking its place, along with the United States, in the

family of the world's democracies

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