Retreat From China: British Policy In The Far East (China in the 20th century) ePub download
by Nicolas Clifford
- ISBN: 0306707578
- ISBN13: 978-0306707575
- ePub: 1966 kb | FB2: 1324 kb
- Language: English
- Category: Social Sciences
- Publisher: Da Capo Press (September 21, 1976)
- Pages: 222
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Home Browse Books Book details, Retreat from China: British Policy in the Far. Retreat from China: British Policy in the Far East, 1937- 1941. By Nicholas R. Clifford. Japan did not want the West to intervene in East Asian politics, and the West did not want to intervene; yet there was a limit as to how far they could ignore each other. Both sides, despite loose talk about 'inevitable' war, wanted to coexist, or felt they had to coexist, yet in the end this proved to be impossible.
Volume 27, Issue 1. November 1967, pp. 129-130. British Policy in the Far East 1937–1941. Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1967.
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To understand how foreign influence affected China in the early 20th . A prominent philosopher during the start of the 20th century was Kang Youwei. He was heavily influenced by Western thought.
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