Frederick Vincent Williams

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Frederick Vincent Williams (born 1890) was a San Francisco publicist convicted in June 1942 as being a Japanese agent and violator of the Foreign Agents Registration Act. Along with David Warren Ryder he was sentenced 16 months to four years in prison.


  • Common Sense and the China Emergency (1937)
  • Behind the News in China (1938) [1]
  • China entre Bastidores (Spanish, 1939)
  • The Martyrs of Nagasaki (1956)

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