HEROLD J. WIENS, China's March toward the Tropics. A discussion of the southward penetration of China's culture, peoples, and political control in relation to the non-Han-Chinese peoples of South China and in the perspective of historical and cultural geography. — Hamden 17, Connecticut, The Shoe String Press, 1954. XV, 441 pp., 32 maps, 14 plates

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HEROLD J. WIENS, China's March toward the Tropics. A discussion of the southward penetration of China's culture, peoples, and political control in relation to the non-Han-Chinese peoples of South China and in the perspective of historical and cultural geography. — Hamden 17, Connecticut, The Shoe String Press, 1954. XV, 441 pp., 32 maps, 14 plates

in Oriens

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