Title: The Nationalists and Chinese Society, 1923-...
Publisher: History Department, University of Melbourne
Publication Date: 1989
Binding: Soft cover
Book Condition: Very Good
169 pp., bibliography. inscription on half-title page. Contents: The irony of the Chinese revolution : the Nationalists and Chinese society, 1923-1927 / John Fitzgerald -- Warlords and gangsters : the opium traffic in Shanghai and the creation of the Three Prosperities Company to 1926 / Brian G. Martin -- The Shaghai General Chamber of Commerce and the themes of Chinese nationalism, 1925-1927 / Josephine Fox -- The Nationalists and an overseas Chinese community : Vietnam, 1927 / Esta S. Ungar -- The Nationalists and the daily press : the case of Shen bao, 1927-1934 / Terry Narramore -- Coping with the world depression : the Nationalist government's relations with Chinese industry and commerce, 1932-1936 / Tim Wright. Bookseller Inventory # 0868398446AMA012016
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