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) as "the cradle of Chinese civilization, the birthplace of Confucius and Mencius, and a Holy Land for the Chinese." Thus, when the Big Four recognized the legality of Japanese claims on the peninsula,...

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"one of the blackest things in the history of diplomacy." But Fifield, while explicating various factors that led Wilson to accede to Japan's claims against China, makes a pretty strong case for the si...

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Author: Li, Tien-yi

solid information on the American withdrawal from the China Consortium and Wilson's response to Japan's Twenty-One Demands, both of which helped shape Japanese-American relations at the Paris Peace Co...

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Author: Manela, Erez

Bibliographic entry in Chapter 10: The United States, World War I, and the Peace Settlement, 1914-1920 | War's End and the Paris Peace Conference authorManela, ErezimprintAmerican Historical Review 111 (2006): 1326—51.annotationManela analyzes how intellectuals in China and India viewed Woodrow

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Bibliographic entry in Chapter 10: The United States, World War I, and the Peace Settlement, 1914-1920 | War's End and the Paris Peace Conference authorMazuzan, George T.imprintPacific Historical Review 43 (May 1974): 212-32.annotationU.S. business interests sought to penetrate the putative China

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world and the Chinese revolution of 1911 as the first step toward the spread of Christianity and democracy for China.keywordsWorld War I; Woodrow Wilson; China; Wilsonianism; religion...

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Bibliographic entry in Chapter 12: The United States, Europe, and Asia between the World Wars | Resources and Research Aids authorGale Cengage Learning: Archives UnboundimprintU.S. National Archives, College Park.annotationhttp://gdc.gale.com/archivesunbound/archives-unbound-political-economic-and-military-conditions-in-china

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World Court, the Kellogg-Briand pact, Mexico, Nicaragua, China, and the Soviet Union.keywordsCalvin Coolidge; foreign affairs; war debt; national defense...

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Authors: Su Chen and Wang, Chegnzhi

Republican China (1911-1949) outside of China.keywordsU.S.-China relations; Republican China; missionaries; Americans in China; research guide...

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Authors: Tai-Chun Kuo and Wu, Jingping

-shek while Soong was in the United States.keywordsChina; U.S.-China relations; Sino-Japanese War; Chiang Kai-shek; Song Ziwen (T.V. Soong); Franklin Roosevelt...

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Author: Zhou Meihua

-shek's work. It includes his daily schedule and important memos. More than eighty volumes have been published so far.keywordsRepublican China; Chiang Kai-shek; U.S.-China relations; Chinese Nationalist Party;...

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cautious, conservative, and founded on the view that U.S. interests in Asia, considered alone, were marginal.keywordsAmerican-East Asian relations; foreign policy; China; Japan...

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Bibliographic entry in Chapter 12: The United States, Europe, and Asia between the World Wars | Biographical Studies authorFerrell, Robert H.imprintLawrence: University of Kansas Press, 1998.annotationFerrell faults Coolidge for not taking more interest in the internal confusion of China and Japan

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Author: Hoover, Herbert

Bibliographic entry in Chapter 12: The United States, Europe, and Asia between the World Wars | Biographical Studies authorHoover, HerbertimprintNew York: C. Scribner's Sons, 1941.annotationHoover calls for moderate aid to Britain and China and pushes his plan to feed occupied Europe

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Author: Pacy, James S.

Crane, Jacob Gould Schurman, John Van Antwerp MacMurray, Nelson T. Johnson, and Clarence Gauss.keywordsUS-China relations; American-East Asian relations; diplomacy; Anglo-American relations; China hands...

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Author: Hu, Shizhang

Bibliographic entry in Chapter 12: The United States, Europe, and Asia between the World Wars | Biographical Studies authorHu, ShizhangimprintWestport: Greenwood Press, 1995.annotationThe author denies that Hornbeck ever gave blanket assent to China's national aspirations or chased after the Asian

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ambassador to China, Johnson exerted a considerable influence on China policy. Though lacking profundity and imagination, he was a firm advocate of China's cause and sought increasingly firm steps against J...

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Author: Brinkley, Alan

World War II.keywordsHenry Luce; Time magazine; interventionism; publishing; popular opinion; China; World War II...

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, especially in the Philippines and Japan, but also with Cuba, Panama, and China.keywordsWilliam Howard Taft; Philippines; Japan; China; Cuba; Panama; Theodore Roosevelt...

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exhaustive research in U.S. and British records, it draws little on Japanese sources and none on Chinese. The authors see Taft's dollar diplomacy (1909-1913) as high-minded but inept. Bibliography.keywordsWill...

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's judicial decisions, and one on diplomacy. It includes speeches and essays concerning China, Japan, the Philippines, Canada, the Monroe Doctrine, arbitration, alien treaty rights, and the League of Nations,...

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the major issues in U.S.-U.K. relations, including the Alaska boundary disputes and relations with China.keywordsJoseph Hodges Choate; diplomats; Great Britain; Boer War; Alaska; Panama Canal; China...

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Author: Einstein, Lewis

whose experiences in diplomacy extended from the Algeciras conference to stints in Turkey, China, Costa Rica, and the Balkans prior to 1915. Einstein urged Washington officials to adopt a more active appro...

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-1881) and then ambassador (1897-1902) to Germany. He discusses the Boxer revolt and first Hague conference.keywordsAndrew Dixson White; diplomats; Germany; China; Hague Convention...

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Author: Vevier, Charles

Europe had yielded its commercial supremacy to the United States, the United States would be obliged to yield it in turn to Asia, and efforts to secure an Open Door in China and colonial government in the...

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, chiefly as related to Asia. He supposedly exerted considerable influence on the proponents of the "large policy" during the Spanish-American War.keywordsBrooks Adams; Spanish-American War; navy; China; T...

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Bibliographic entry in Chapter 12: The United States, Europe, and Asia between the World Wars | Economic Policies authorCochran, ShermanimprintCambridge: Harvard University Press, 1980.annotationThis work shows the competition between the British-American Tobacco Company and China's Nanyang Tobacco

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designed to roll back Japanese expansion in China, failed because of Chinese nationalism, world depression, and the Japanese invasion of Manchuria.keywordsU.S.-China relations; U.S.-Japan relations; Chinese n...

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Bibliographic entry in Chapter 12: The United States, Europe, and Asia between the World Wars | Economic Policies authorGhosh, Partha SarathyimprintIndian Journal of American Studies 6 (November 1976): 18-29.annotationThe China lobby pushed through this act over the opposition of Roosevelt and

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, and confrontation with Japanese and communist forces.keywordsU.S.-China relations; trade; merchant shipping; American businesses in China; extraterritoriality...

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gunboat protection and supported Chiang's Nationalist political movement.keywordsmissionaries in China; U.S.-China relations; Alabama...

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Author: Garner, Karen

's Christian Association (YWCA) in China from 1917 to 1943, discusses Russell's view of Western imperialism in China, her relations with the Chinese Communist Party, and her understanding of China. The...

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nationalist, but as a troublemaker who retarded China's peaceful unification and political reform.keywordsChina; Chinese Nationalist Party; Sun Yat-sen; U.S.-China relations; State Department; Chinese politics...

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Author: Graham, Gael

Bibliographic entry in Chapter 12: The United States, Europe, and Asia between the World Wars | U.S. Relations with Asia authorGraham, GaelimprintNew York: Peter Lang, 1995.annotationThe author shows how Americans used mission schools to alter the customs and gender beliefs of the Chinese

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Bibliographic entry in Chapter 12: The United States, Europe, and Asia between the World Wars | U.S. Relations with Asia authorHayford, Charles W.imprintJournal of American-East Asian Relations 16 (2009): 285-311.annotationHayford examines images of China in popular American books written by

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Bibliographic entry in Chapter 12: The United States, Europe, and Asia between the World Wars | U.S. Relations with Asia authorHoyt, Frederick B.imprintPacific Historical Review 46 (May 1977): 229-49.annotationDuring the summer the Chinese communists attacked major cities, threatening the lives and

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help, a move that forced the Nationalists to protect them.keywordsmissionaries in China; Chinese Communist Party; Chinese Nationalist Party; Catholic missions; Kanchow (Ganzhou, Jiangxi)...

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Author: Dennett, Tyler

Bibliographic entry in Chapter 6: The United States, Asia, and the Pacific, 1815-1919 | The Asia Pacific authorDennett, TylerimprintNew York: Barnes & Noble, 1963.annotationThis pioneering and still rewarding work studies the origins and development of U.S. policies in China, Japan, Korea, Siam

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provides a useful summary as well as charts and statistics for U.S. trade with Asia from 1900, though with emphasis on 1919-1940. Japan, China, the Philippines, Malaysia, and Indonesia receive extended t...

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western expansion of the continent, early relations with China and Japan, and the acquisition of Samoa, Hawaii, and the Philippines.keywordsUnited States in Pacific; early U.S.-China relations; early U.S....

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Bibliographic entry in Chapter 6: The United States, Asia, and the Pacific, 1815-1919 | The Asia Pacific authorFifield, Russell H.imprintNew York: Crowell, 1952.annotationFifield argues that Wilson supported the Chinese position on Shantung at the Paris Peace Conference for both idealistic and

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