|Introduction HANS VAN DE VEN||1|
|The Han abolition of universal military service MARK E. LEWIS||33|
|Dou Jiande's dilemma: Logistics, strategy, and state formation in seventh-century China DAVID A. GRAFF||77|
|Tibet in Tang's grand strategy DENIS TWITCHETT||106|
|Waging war for peace? The peace accord between the Song and the Liao in AD 1005 NAP-YIN LAU||180|
|Mountain fortress defence: The experience of the Southern Song and Korea in resisting the Mongol invasions HUANG K'UAN-CHUNG||222|
|Culture, history, and imperial Chinese strategy: Legacies of the Qing conquests PETER C. PERDUE||252|
|Military dimensions of the 'Boxer Uprising' in Shanxi, 1898–1901 ROGER R. THOMPSON||288|
|New states of war: Communist and Nationalist warfare and state building (1928–1934) HANS VAN DE VEN||321|
|Defending China: The battles of the Xuzhou campaign DIANA LARY||398|
|Conclusion JEREMY BLACK||428|
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Publication information: Book title: Warfare in Chinese History. Contributors: Hans J. Van Der Ven - Editor. Publisher: Brill. Place of publication: Boston. Publication year: 2000. Page number: Not available.
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