|Statement||by Shao Chuan Leng ; foreword by Kenneth S. Latourette.|
|LC Classifications||DS849.C6 L37 1975|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||166 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||166|
|LC Control Number||75011893|
Japan and Communist China. Kyoto, Doshisha University Press; [distributed in the U.S. by the Institute of Pacific Relations, New York, or 9] (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Shao Chuan Leng. When I was writing my book, about the Chinese Communist Party, I used to read this. It’s a classic book from someone who has an uncompromising point to make, and Van Wolferen backs himself with the most prodigious research. He goes right back into the pre-Meiji period in Japan, and looks at how Japanese power structures were developed. Mitter’s focus is essential because a proper understanding of China’s wartime experience is also key to understanding the development of modern China. Interestingly, outside of the USA, this same book is sold under a different title: China’s War with Japan, The Struggle for Survival. This book became an Economist Book of the Year and a Financial Times Book of . Wrote the book “Challenge of Red China”, celebrating the defeat of Japan and new regime of communism. Today this book is touted by none other than the Rothschild-bankrolled CFR. Philip Jacob Jaffe – Ukrainian-Russian Jew from NYC’s Lower East Side. Co-founder and policymaker of the Committee for a Democratic Far East Policy (CDFEP).
Only 75 years ago, China was divided, impoverished, economically exploited and at war with ambitiously imperialist Japan. The notional rulers of China, Chiang Kai-shek and his nationalist Kuomintang party, controlled a shrinking area of central and south-west China. A superb source for this information is Chinese Communist Espionage: An Intelligence Primer by Peter Mattis and Matthew Brazil." "The authors have given the reader two books in one: the history and organization of the PRC's intelligence operations, and the biographies of notable intelligence operatives." --Japan Forward/5(26). --to suggest to book selectors in the Princeton libraries items that are suitable for acquis ition; to provide a computerize d Peasant Protest and Communist Revolution in China.. UCP' The Chinese Revolution in the s: Between Triumph and Disaster, Facing Japan: Chinese Politics & Japan, ' On this theme, Xie You-tian, who, after studying at the Sichuan Academy of Social Sciences, became a Visiting Fellow of the Hoover Institution at Stanford University in the United States, wrote The Communist in China’s War Against Japan (–) (Mirror Books) in , explaining how the Communists grew stronger and telling the hidden.
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