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The Dragon Stirs: An Intimate Sketch-Book of China's Kuomintang Revolution 1927-29

Henry Francis Misselwitz

Published by Harbinger House, 1941
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Title: The Dragon Stirs: An Intimate Sketch-Book of...
Publisher: Harbinger House
Publication Date: 1941
Binding: Hardcover
Book Condition: Good
Edition: 1st Edition

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Book Description New York: Harbinger House, 1941. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. 1st Edition. Inscribed & signed by author on 1st free endpaper. Octavo. Frontispiece photo. Condition; minor wear, age-darkening, soiling & small nicks to DJ; light soiling to cloth binding; endpapers toned; else very good in very good DJ. 293 pages. Inscribed by Author(s). Bookseller Inventory # 301236

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Book Description Harbinger House, NY, 1941. Hardcover. Book Condition: Good. No Jacket. 1st Edition. Hardcover xl - SIGNED BY AUTHOR - from a library, clean, no dustjacket, normal library wear and markings, some wear to top of spine ["Francis Misselwitz (born 24 July 1900 in Leavenworth, Kansas) - part of the Missouri News Colony in China of Thomas Millard: Thomas Franklin Fairfax Millard (born 8 July 1868 in Missouri; died 7 September 1942 in Seattle, Washington) was an American journalist, newspaper editor, founder of the China Weekly Review, internationally famous author of seven influential books on the Far East and first American political adviser to the Chinese Republic, serving for over fifteen years. Millard was "the founding father of American journalism in China", and "the dean of American newspapermen in the Orient"., who "probably has had a greater influence on contemporary newspaper journalism than any other American journalist in China." Millard was a war correspondent for the New York Herald during the Spanish-American War, the Boer War, the Boxer Uprising, the Russo-Japanese War and the Second Sino-Japanese War; The Missouri News Colony in China Millard recruited often from his alma mater, the University of Missouri's School of Journalism, and was influenced by the recommendations of its dean Walter Williams, with the result that there was from 1911 a "Missouri News Colony" which was "one of the recognized groups of foreign journalists alongside the large British contingent and a smaller caucus of Australians" in Shanghai. Known variously as the Missouri mafia, the Corn Cobbers, and the Cowboy Correspondents,[99] the group included Millard, Charles Crow; Edgar Snow; John Benjamin Powell; John W. Powell; Morris J. Harris chief of the Associated Press bureau in China; John Harris of UP; H.S. Jewell; Victor Keene of the New York Herald Tribune; Hollington Kong Tong (born 9 November 1887; died 10 January 1971 in New York city), later Ambassador from Nationalist China to the U.S. (5 April 1956 to 1957); Henry Francis Misselwitz (born 24 July 1900 in Leavenworth, Kansas), correspondent for The New York Times and the United Press in Japan and China from 1923 to 1936; and Joseph Glenn Babb, chief Associated Press correspondent in China"] China -- History -- Republic, 1912-1949.,China -- Politics and government -- 1912-1949.,Zhongguo guo min dang., Henry Francis Misselwitz (born July 24, 1900 in Leavenworth, Kansas), correspondent for The New York Times and the United Press in Japan and China from 1923 to 1936. Signed by Author. Ex-Library. Bookseller Inventory # 080803.04324

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