War and Nationalism in China 1925-1945

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Index

a
Abend, Hallett 1 , 176
Abyssinia 175
Acheson, Dean 4 , 5
Advancement of Virtue 66
Aegean 45
aesthetics 132
agriculture:
aid 148 -9;
policy 258 -63
aircraft/air power 28 , 31 , 36 , 37 , 53 , 61 , 184 , 214 , 236 , 237 , 245 -6, 248
Airforce Academy 163
Akyab 42 , 38
Alexander, Gen. Harold 28 , 30 , 31 , 61
Allanmyo 30
Allen, Louis 50 , 51 , 62
Allied Resistance Army 181
Alsop, Capt. Joseph 6
ambushes 239 , 245
American Bible Society 90
American Volunteer Corps 36 , 233 , 248 , 249
Amery, Lord 42
Amoy 119
amphibious operations 44 , 54 , 56 , 57 , 61 ;
Japan's skill at 214
Amur 189
Andaman Islands 45
Andersson, Johan Gunnar 1
Anglophobia 50
Anhui 78 , 98 , 140 , 146 , 149 , 186 , 200 , 235 , 276 ;
bandit bands 148 ;
baojia statistics 145 ;
oal mining 154 ;
divisional conscription areas 161 ;
floods 131 , 226 ;
Guangxi Clique in 119 ;
KMT dominance 74 ;
military grain procurement policy 265 ;
militia trained in 142 ;
recruitment 84 ;
rice 263 , 264 , 268 ;
wheat procurement quota 265 ;
see also Bangbu;
Bo Wenwei
Anqing 227
anti-militarism 65 -9
Anvil 45
Anyang 217
appeasement 1 , 175
April 12 massacres 118 , 119 , 122 , 123
Arakan coast/mountains 45 , 48
Arcadia Conference 24
armies see Beiyang Army;
Central Route Army;
Eastern Route Army;
Fengtian Army;
Group Armies;
Indian Army;
Kwantung Army;
Northern Army;
NRA;
Pacification Army;
Party Army;
Red Army
armoured vehicles 162
arms trade 73 -4
Army Corps 86 -7, 88 , 90 , 136
Army Family Support Committees 257
Army Re-organisation Office 160
artillery 29 , 160 , 199 , 216 , 223 , 228 , 237 ;
heavy 31 , 35 ;
naval 217 , 226
Asianism 66
Assam 31 , 33 , 48 , 50
assassinations 44 , 90 , 116 , 117 , 140 , 286
Atkinson, Brooks 3 , 49 , 60
Auden, W. H. 1
August 1 Declaration (1935) 173
Aung San, Gen. 28
Australia 22
authoritarianism 7
Autumn Harvest Uprising 121
Aysingyoro Puyi 158

b
Badong 236
Bai Chongxi 97 , 109 , 117 , 119 , 122 , 133 , 134 , 137 , 185 , 197 , 198 , 199 , 200 , 201 , 221 , 222 , 225 , 242 , 244
Bailingmiao 185 , 186
Baimiao 214
Balkans 41
banditry/bandits 69 , 70 , 77 , 78 , 92 , 121 , 283 ;
basis to eradicate 143 ;
combating 140 ;
Communist 148 ;
elimination of 144 ;
fuelled 254 ;
suppressing 86 , 139 , 141 , 161 , 186 ;
see also Yu E Wan
Bangbu 139 , 217 , 222

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Illustrations viii
  • Acknowledgements x
  • Conventions xii
  • Introduction 1
  • 1 - Stilwell Revisited 19
  • 2 - Raising the National Revolutionary Army 64
  • 3 - Cultures of Violence During the Northern Expedition (1926-8) 94
  • 4 - Nationalism and Military Reform During the Nanjing Decade (1928-37) 131
  • 5 - A Forward Policy in the North 170
  • 6 - The War of Resistance Before Japan's Southern Advance 209
  • 7 - Wartime Mobilisation 252
  • Conclusion 294
  • Notes 299
  • Bibliography 344
  • Index 360
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