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Chang Tso-lin in northeast China, 1911-1928 : China, Japan, and the Manchurian idea / Gavan McCormack.


Stanford, Calif. : Stanford University Press, 1977.
ISBN 0804709459, 9780804709453

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Subjects Chang, Tso-lin.
China -- Manchuria.
China.
Generals -- China -- Biography.
Generals.
Japanese -- China -- Manchuria.
Japanese.
Manchuria (China) -- History.
Mandschurei.
Zhang, Zuolin, 1875-1928.
Zhang, Zuolin.
Description vi, 334 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Copyright Date 1977.
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 311-322) and index.
Summary "Marshal Chang Tso-lin was one of China's most influential warlords. In many respects he personified warlordism. This account depicts Chang concurrently as lord paramount in Manchuria, contestant for hegemony over China, and constrained client of an imperious Japan. As Chang's fortunes changed in the maelstrom of civil war, each role gained or lost prominence."--Review.
Contents Chang Tso-lin : bandit to governor -- Three provinces, six provinces, or all China? -- Postwar reorganization, 1922-1924 -- The second Fengtien-Chihli War -- The Kuo Sung-ling affair -- Chang's last years -- Conclusions.
Genre Biography.
History.
Geographic Area China
Network Numbers (OCoLC)3575631
(OCoLC)ocm03575631
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities McCormack, Gavan.
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