China's bitter victory: the war with Japan, 1937-1945, Volume 1991

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M.E. Sharpe, 1992 - History - 333 pages

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China's Bitter Victory is an informative collection of academic essays that provide a wealth of detail on WWII China that's virtually unknown outside of specialist circles. It tends to put the ... Read full review

China's bitter victory: the war with Japan, 1937-1945

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The Sino-Japanese War was a principal source of tension between Washington and Tokyo in 1941, when the U.S. demand that Japan give up the fruits of its victory on the mainland led to the bombing of ... Read full review

Contents

Chinas Wartime Diplomacy
3
Chinas Wartime State
33
Contending Political Forces during the War of Resistance
51
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James C. Hsiung is Professor of Politics at New York University.

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