Waterside Productions Announces Dr. Stan S. Katz's New Book "The Art of Diplomacy"

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CARDIFF BY THE SEA, Calif. - eTradeWire -- The Art of Diplomacy was first inspired quite serendipitously when the author was the owner of out-of-print and antiquarian bookstores. It was there that he acquired the personal library, photos, letters, and official documents of a high level US intelligence agent who during the 1920s and '30s befriended many of Japan's most influential leaders, including members of the Japanese Royal Family. Together, these representatives of the East and the West heroically strove to maintain goodwill between their nations. One of this US secret agent's closest allies was Prince Tokugawa, a masterful international statesman and humanitarian, who, in many ways was the true power behind the Imperial Throne. If not for his untimely death in 1940, Tokugawa might well have prevented Japan from joining the Axis Powers in WWII.

This biography is richly illustrated with hundreds of significant and engaging photos, many rare and never-before-available. They reveal a new perspective on US-Japan relations during the first half of the twentieth century.

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General readers will enjoy learning about the fascinating life and accomplishments of Prince Tokugawa. The book also provides our current leaders with important lessons in respectful international diplomacy, in a world that appears to be increasingly moving towards major confrontations.

Get your copy today: https://www.amazon.com/dp/1954968043/

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

DR. STAN S. KATZ is a graduate from Brooklyn College with a Bachelor of Science Degree, with minors in Sociology and Greek Classical Literature. This was followed by a D.D.S. Degree from Georgetown University and a California Teaching Degree from Alliant International University. Dr. Katz has had a strong curiosity for the inner workings of world affairs. To better understand historical and current events, he has long been a member and is now a Board Member of the San Diego World Affairs Council, which is a local chapter the national organization the World Affairs Councils of America. Through this fine, non-profit, non-partisan, educational forum, he has attended many fascinating presentations and met ambassadors, consul generals, and other political, economic, academic, and military representatives from around the globe.

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We welcome your reviews and suggestions on bringing recognition to Prince Tokugawa and his Art of Diplomacy. One half of profits from the sale of this biography will be gifted to international goodwill organizations.

You're invited to share this Press Release as a news or journal article, or as a Blog or Facebook post. Presentations by the Author and Interviews are available.

More information about this historical period is presented on the websites: DrStanKatz.com and TheEmperorAndTheSpy.com

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