Sources in modern East Asian history and politics.

; Y. C. Wang Collection
New York, Appleton-Century-Crofts [1967] .

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Subjects East Asia -- History.
East Asia -- Politics and government.
East Asia.
Geschiedbronnen.
Oriente (Extremo Oriente) -- Política.
Politics and government
Vietnam -- Politics and government.
Vietnam -- Política y gobierno.
Vietnam.
Description xv, 422 pages maps 24 cm
Copyright Date [1967]
Notes "Major textbooks on modern East Asia": page 409. Includes bibliographies.
Contents I. Reform and revolution in China. The Treaty of Wanghia -- The open door notes -- The open door notes: second round -- The Boxer Protocol -- Exhortation to learn -- Constitutional principles -- The manifesto of the T'ung-Meng Hui -- Abdication edict -- Letter to President Yuan Shih-k'ai -- II. The emergence of the Japanese Empire. Bushido, the way of the warrior-Nitobe Inazo -- Imperial precepts to the soldiers and sailors -- The constitution of the Empire of Japan -- Imperial rescript on education -- The Treaty of Shimonoseki -- The murder of Queen Min -- The Treaty of Portsmouth -- III. World War I and the Far East. On the proposed war with Germany -- Independence Manifesto of the Korean National Congress -- Korean Proclamation of Indepedence -- Terms of the Nine-Power Open Door Treaty -- IV. The United Front in China. The Sun-Joffe Statement -- Nationalism and Cosmopolitanism -- Fundamentals of National Reconstruction -- The Will of Dr. Sun Yat-sen -- Statement before leaving for Moscow.
V. Japanese Militarism. Plan for the Reorganization of Japan -- The February 26, 1936 Incident -- The United States Policy of Nonrecognition -- Notification by the Japanese Government of its intention to withdraw from the League of Nations -- VI. World War II in the Far East. Manifesto on the seizure of Chiang Kai-shek -- Plans for the prosecution of the policy of the Imperial Government -- What the embassy believed -- Document handed by the United States Secretary of State to the Japanese Ambassador (Nomura) -- Oral statement handed by the United States Secretary of State to the Japanese Ambassador (Nomura) -- Message from President Roosevelt to Emperor Hirohito -- Imperial Rescript: Japanese Declaration of War on the United States and the British Empire -- The Cairo Conference -- Agreement regarding entry of the Soviet Union into the War Against Japan -- VII. The defeat and occupation of Japan. The Konoe Memorial -- The Potsdam Proclamation -- Imperial rescript on the end of the war -- On being a good loser -- Diet Resolution rescinding the Imperial Rescript on Education -- S.J. Res. 94 -- Rescript on the Construction of a New Japan -- Reform of the Japanese Governmental System (SWNCC-228).
VIII. Democracy in Japan. Treaty of Peace with Japan -- Japan Supreme Court decision in the Sunakawa Case -- Statement-Japan Democratic-Socialist Party -- IX. The Communist victory in China. Report on an investigation of the Peasant Movement in Hunan -- On New Democracy -- President Truman's instructions to General Marshall -- Ten major principles of operation -- The Nationalists' military collapse -- Letter of Transmittal, in the China White Paper -- On American policy in China -- United States policy toward Formosa -- X. Conflict in Korea. Statement by President Truman dispatching American Forces to Korea -- Resolution adopted by the United Nations Security Council, June 27, 1950 -- Message from the Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics to the Secretary General of the United Nations -- Resolution adopted by the United Nations General Assembly, February 1, 1951 -- The Korean Armistice Agreement -- What made the revolution succeed -- XI. Communist rule in China. On people's Democratic Dictatorship -- A month of free speech in Communist China -- Ex-Emperor of China happy under Red Rule -- Differences between land reform in Taiwan and the Communist "Land Reform."
XII. China's Foreign Relations and the Sino-Soviet dispute. Treaty of Friendship, Alliance and Mutual Assistance Between the People's Republic of China and the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics -- Outline of views on the question of Peaceful Transition -- An adverse current that is opposed to Marxism-Leninism and is splitting the International Communist Movement -- Long live the victory of the People's War! -- XIII. The War in Vietnam. Declaration of Independence of the Democratic Republic of Vietnam -- Final Declaration of the Geneva Conference on the problem of restoring peace in Indo-China -- Statement by the United States under Secretary of State at the concluding Plenary Session of the Geneva Conference -- Southeast Asia Collective Defense Treaty (Manila Pact) -- The pattern of Viet Cong activity in the South -- The Tonkin Gulf Resolution -- A White House statement -- Speech at the National Teach-In on the Vietnam War -- Pattern for Peace in Southeast Asia -- The Four-Point Stand of the Government of the Democratic Republic of Vietnam -- Republican reaction to the Johnson Administration's handling of the Vietnam War -- Fourteen Points for peace in Southeast Asia -- Senators' report on Vietnam.
Genre History.
Geographic Area Vietnam
East Asia
Network Numbers (OCoLC)411181
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WorldCat Identities McNelly, Theodore,
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