A Study of Chinese Boycotts, with Special Reference to Their Economic Effectiveness

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APPENDIX V
"PLAN OF ACTION AGAINST JAPAN"

The following document was submitted to the Lytton Commission by the Japanese assessor and is printed in Supplementary Documents to the Report of the Commission of Enquiry, p. 218. It is said by the Japanese assessor to have been sent out by the Executive Yuan of the Chinese government in a secret communication. There appear in this appendix, first, the "Confidential Instructions" and, secondly, the "Plan of Action."

1 . Confidential Instructions from the Executive Yuan to Provincial and Municipal Authorities, No. 04582.

The Secretariat of the Central Executive Committee has decided upon the programme of action to be taken against Japan under the direction of all the Kuomintang Committees to save the country, and has given telegraphic instructions to its subordinate bodies. Having had the programme printed, the Secretariat has sent a copy by confidential letter No. 941 to the 'Wen Kuan Chu' ( Civil Secretariat of the People's Government), with the request that it be brought secretly to the knowledge of the Provincial and Municipal Authorities, so that they may act accordingly.

The Civil Secretariat of the People's Government, having caused us to act accordingly by order of the President of the Government, has replied to the Secretariat of the Central Executive Committee and has, at the same time, sent us letter No. 7863, requesting us to take steps with the utmost urgency.

We, the Executive Yuan, having immediately telegraphed to you on the subject, and having also notified the Civil Secretariat of the People's Government:

Therefore request you to inform all your subordinates confidentially, after carefuly examining the programme of action, copy of which is enclosed, so that they may act accordingly.

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