• Hervé Barbier, Les Canonnières françaises du Yang-tsé. De Shanghai à Chongqing (1900-1921)

    Since France ’s diplomatic archives on the Far East were transferred to Nantes , a number of academic researchers have based their research on them….

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  • Lucien Bianco, Jacqueries et révolution dans la Chine du XXe siècle

    Patiently, passionately, Lucien Bianco has successfully concluded a mission that looked impossible : to explore the immensity of the Chinese peasantry and to describe the…

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  • Xu Guoqi, China and The Great War. China’s Pursuit of a New National Identity and Internationalization

    This work changes somewhat the vision that historians have provided to this day of China ‘s participation in the First World War. The sending to…

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  • Feifei Li, Robert Sabella and David Liu eds., Nanking 1937: Memory and Healing

    This small volume contains the papers presented at the international conference with the same title held on November 22nd 1997 at Princeton University. The participants…

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  • Werner Draguhn and David S.G. Goodman eds., China’s Communist Revolutions: Fifty Years of the People’s Republic of China

    This handsome volume contains the main contributions to a conference held in Hamburg in 1999 by the Hamburg Institute of Asian Affairs and the Institute…

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  • Steve Smith, A Road is Made: Communism in Shanghai. 1920-1927

    This is a very attractive volume with its 226 pages of text, and 315 pages overall. It includes two indices, one for proper names, and…

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  • Alexander Pantsov: The Bolsheviks and the Chinese Revolution, 1919-1927

    The astonishing advances made by the Communist International in China between 1921 and 1926, followed by the catastrophe that afflicted the Chinese communists in April-July…

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