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Book
3, 243 p., [1] leaf of plates : port. ; 19 cm.
SAL1&2 (on-campus shelving)

2. Di hou ri ji [1982]

Book
2 v. (2, 1028 p., [3] p. of plates) : ill. ; 21 cm.
East Asia Library

3. Azuma Shirō nikki [2001]

Book
509 p., 8 p. of plates : ill., map ; 22 cm.
East Asia Library

4. Dong Shilang ri ji [1999]

Book
8, 7, 505 p., [5] p. of plates : ill., map ; 21 cm.
East Asia Library
Book
259 p., [4] p. of plates : ill. ; 20 cm.
East Asia Library
Book
xiii, 192 p. : ill ; 18 cm.
East Asia Library

7. Bai Chongxi papers, undated [1893 ... 2017]

Archive/Manuscript
9 ms. boxes, 17 oversize boxes, 1 videotape, 1 phonotape.
Diaries, writings, correspondence, notes, computer disks, photographs, and videotape, relating to the Sino-Japanese War and the Chinese Civil War.
Hoover Archives
Book
4, 10, 178 p., [15] folded leaves of plates : ill. (some col.) ; 22 cm.
East Asia Library
Book
5, 2, 6, 325 p. : ill. ; 21 cm.
East Asia Library

10. Jack Belden papers, 1936-1989 [1936 - 1989]

Archive/Manuscript
4 ms. boxes, 1 oversize box.
Finding aid
Online Archive of California
Correspondence, news dispatches, and other writings, relating primarily to the Sino-Japanese War, American military operations in North Africa, France, Belgium and Germany, the occupation of Germany, and the publication of China Shakes the World. Includes correspondence with Agnes Smedley.
Hoover Archives

11. Di wei xuan chuan nei mu [1942] Online

Book
72 p. ; 16 cm.
Hoover Library
Book
72 p. ; 16 cm.
SAL1&2 (on-campus shelving)
Book
1 online resource (271 pages).
  • Main Characters Chronology A Note on the Text 1. Born to Chaos 2. Little Sister 3. Royalty in Exile 4. Continental Adventurer 5. A New Life in Japan 6. Manchu Prince, Japanese Wife 7. School Days 8. The Beauty in Men's Clothing 9. Extreme Measures 10. Repercussions 11. On Her Own 12. Poisonous Devil's Brew 13. Advance Into Manchuria 14. An Emperor in Flux 15. The Reluctant Empress 16. Powerful Connections 17. Woman of Influence 18. A Growing Awareness 19. Commander Jin 20. Starting Over in Manchukuo 21. In the Bright Light 22. Wild Child 23. A Daughter Looks Back 24. China Nights 25. Emergency Help 26. An Old Love 27. Adrift in Fukuoka 28. Hopeful to the End 29. Narrow Escapes 30. Postwar Justice 31. Go with a Smile Notes Acknowledgments Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780231152181 20180530
Aisin Gioro Xianyu (1907-1948) was the fourteenth daughter of a Manchu prince and a legendary figure in China's bloody struggle with Japan. After the fall of the Manchu dynasty in 1912, Xianyu's father gave his daughter to a Japanese friend who was sympathetic to his efforts to reclaim power. This man raised Xianyu, now known as Kawashima Yoshiko, to restore the Manchus to their former glory. Her fearsome dedication to this cause ultimately got her killed. Yoshiko had a fiery personality and loved the limelight. She shocked Japanese society by dressing in men's clothes and rose to prominence as Commander Jin, touted in Japan's media as a new Joan of Arc. Boasting a short, handsome haircut and a genuine military uniform, Commander Jin was credited with many daring exploits, among them riding horseback as leader of her own army during the Japanese occupation of China. While trying to promote the Manchus, Yoshiko supported the puppet Manchu state established by the Japanese in 1932-one reason she was executed for treason after Japan's 1945 defeat. The truth of Yoshiko's life is still a source of contention between China and Japan: some believe she was exploited by powerful men, others claim she relished her role as political provocateur. China holds her responsible for unspeakable crimes, while Japan has forgiven her transgressions. This biography presents the richest and most accurate portrait to date of the controversial princess spy, recognizing her truly novel role in conflicts that transformed East Asia.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780231152181 20180530
Book
x, 252 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
  • Main Characters Chronology A Note on the Text 1. Born to Chaos 2. Little Sister 3. Royalty in Exile 4. Continental Adventurer 5. A New Life in Japan 6. Manchu Prince, Japanese Wife 7. School Days 8. The Beauty in Men's Clothing 9. Extreme Measures 10. Repercussions 11. On Her Own 12. Poisonous Devil's Brew 13. Advance Into Manchuria 14. An Emperor in Flux 15. The Reluctant Empress 16. Powerful Connections 17. Woman of Influence 18. A Growing Awareness 19. Commander Jin 20. Starting Over in Manchukuo 21. In the Bright Light 22. Wild Child 23. A Daughter Looks Back 24. China Nights 25. Emergency Help 26. An Old Love 27. Adrift in Fukuoka 28. Hopeful to the End 29. Narrow Escapes 30. Postwar Justice 31. Go with a Smile Notes Acknowledgments Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780231152181 20180530
Aisin Gioro Xianyu (1907-1948) was the fourteenth daughter of a Manchu prince and a legendary figure in China's bloody struggle with Japan. After the fall of the Manchu dynasty in 1912, Xianyu's father gave his daughter to a Japanese friend who was sympathetic to his efforts to reclaim power. This man raised Xianyu, now known as Kawashima Yoshiko, to restore the Manchus to their former glory. Her fearsome dedication to this cause ultimately got her killed. Yoshiko had a fiery personality and loved the limelight. She shocked Japanese society by dressing in men's clothes and rose to prominence as Commander Jin, touted in Japan's media as a new Joan of Arc. Boasting a short, handsome haircut and a genuine military uniform, Commander Jin was credited with many daring exploits, among them riding horseback as leader of her own army during the Japanese occupation of China. While trying to promote the Manchus, Yoshiko supported the puppet Manchu state established by the Japanese in 1932-one reason she was executed for treason after Japan's 1945 defeat. The truth of Yoshiko's life is still a source of contention between China and Japan: some believe she was exploited by powerful men, others claim she relished her role as political provocateur. China holds her responsible for unspeakable crimes, while Japan has forgiven her transgressions. This biography presents the richest and most accurate portrait to date of the controversial princess spy, recognizing her truly novel role in conflicts that transformed East Asia.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780231152181 20180530
Green Library
Book
5, 501 p., [6] p. of plates : facsim. ; 21 cm.
East Asia Library
Book
xvii, 280 pages : illustrations, maps ; 24 cm.
This book, an in-depth study of Nationalist tariff policy, fundamentally challenges the widely accepted idea that the key to the Communist seizure of power in China lay in the incompetence of Chiang Kai-shek's Nationalist government. It argues instead that during the second Sino-Japanese War, China's international trade, the Nationalist government's tariff revenues, and hence its fiscal policy and state-making project all collapsed.Because tariffs on China's international trade produced the single greatest share of central government revenue during the Nanjing decade, the political existence of the Nationalist government depended on tariff revenue. Therefore, Chinese economic nationalism, both at the official and popular levels, had to be managed carefully so as not to jeopardize the Nationalist government's income. Until the outbreak of war in 1937, the Nationalists' management of international trade and China's government finances was largely successful in terms of producing increasing and sustainable revenues. Within the first year of war, however, the Nationalists lost territories producing 80 percent of tariff revenue. Hence, government revenue declined just as war-related expenditure increased, and the Nationalist government had to resort to more rapacious forms of revenue extraction--a decision that had disastrous consequences for both its finances and its political viability.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780674970601 20170911
Green Library
Book
4, 3, 723 p. ; 21 cm.
East Asia Library
Book
78 p. ; 19 cm.
SAL1&2 (on-campus shelving)
Book
2, 2, 543 pages ; 21 cm.
East Asia Library
Book
2 volumes : maps ; 24 cm
East Asia Library

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