The China White Paper, August 1949, Volumes 1-2

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Stanford University Press, 1967 - 1079 páginas
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Índice

The Yalta Agreement and the SinoSoviet Treaty of 1945
xxx
152
xxxiv
Letter of Transmittal
xxxvii
A Century of American Policy 18441943
1
Japanese Expansion into China from 1931
13
The Quarantine Speech of President Roosevelt
19
World War II
26
China
34
The Drift toward AllOut StrifeContinued
180
24
207
The End of the Marshall Mission
217
CHAPTER VI
230
Position
240
American Efforts to Encourage Reforms by the Chinese
242
July 4 1947
251
134
258

Executive Committee 1937
48
CHAPTER III
59
Chiang Kaishek JulyAugust 1944
66
The Effort at Mediation
73
19
83
The Problem of Military Assistance
86
China and the Soviet Union
92
23
96
Communist Relations
99
The Resignation of Ambassador Hurley
112
The Yalta Agreement February 11 1945
113
The Agreements of January and February 1946
136
The Manchurian Crisis
145
Disintegration of the Truce Arrangement
170
Major Factors of Disagreement
177
145
264
Changes in the Chinese Government
273
Alternatives of American Policy
279
Chinese Developments in 1949
288
Renewed Consideration of Additional American Aid
299
Formosa
307
American Operational Advice to the Chinese
323
American Advisory Groups in China
338
Government Since VJ Day
354
CHAPTER VIII
360
Preparation in the United States of the China Aid Pro
371
Presentation of the China Aid Program to Congress
379
The China Aid Act of 1948
387
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