My Twenty-Five Years in China

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • I - Eastward Ho! 1
  • II - So This is Shanghai! 7
  • III - An International City 18
  • IV - Sun Yat-Sen and Yuan Shih-Kai 28
  • V- Shadows of Civil War 35
  • VI - The Lansing-Ishii "Incident" 43
  • VII- Russians in Shanghai 51
  • VIII - Editor as Lobbyist 61
  • IX - Shantung and Washington 71
  • X - Wars in the North 83
  • XI - Incident of the Blue Express 92
  • XII - Affairs in South China 125
  • XIII - Factional Troubles of the 1920's 132
  • XIV - Fighting in Shanghai 141
  • XV - Diplomatic Juggling on Intervention 161
  • XVI - China and Ussr at War 170
  • XVII - "Real" Start of World War II 182
  • XVIII - Russia, China, and Japan 193
  • XIX - Vladivostok 202
  • XX - Across Siberia 215
  • XXI - Moscow in '35 227
  • XXII - Home, Via Japan 239
  • XXIII - The Philippines in '36 247
  • XXIV - The Sian Incident 256
  • XXV - A Bear by the Tail 270
  • XXVI - Sequel of Sian 278
  • Xxvii, - Mounting Tension 293
  • XXVIII - American Ships, Japanese Bombs, in 1937 305
  • XXIX - Working for "The Trib" 320
  • XXX - The Pressure Increases 325
  • XXXI - Bomb and Bayonet 334
  • XXXII - Shadow of the Hun 343
  • XXXIII - History Punctuated 355
  • XXXIV - Japanese "Efficiency" 364
  • XXXV - Horrors of Bridge House 370
  • XXXVI - "Dangerous Thoughts" 383
  • XXXVII - Yankee Grain in China 392
  • XXXVIII - On the Exchange List 399
  • XXXIX - Homeward Bound 405
  • XL - China's Future 417
  • Index 423
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