China and Her Political Entity: A Study of China's Foreign Relations with Reference to Korea, Manchuria and Mongolia

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CONTENTS
PAGE
LIST OF SPECIAL ABBREVIATIONSxix
CHAPTER I. HISTORICAL BACKGROUNDI
1. Early Chinese Colonization4

Early Southern Manchuria and Northern Korea; the Colonization; the Unification. Condition of Southern Manchuria and the Japanese Islands; of Northern Manchuria.

2. Rise of Separate Kingdoms9

The Barbarian Rebellions the Aftermath. Rise of Kingdoms. Their Attitude Towards China. Conditions at the Sui Unification. The Sui Dynasty and Kao-li; the Tang Dynasty and the Kingdoms; Wo (Japan).

3. Remerging of Manchuria into China20

Military Usurpation of Government; Decline and Fall of the Tang Dynasty. Rise of the Chitans and the Nuchens; Rise and Fall of the Mongols. Restoration of the Extra-Mural Country.

4. China and the Kingdoms25
(1) KOREA25

Kao-li; The Mongols and Kao-li; the Ming Dynasty and Kao-li; Chao-hsien; the Ming Dynasty and Chao- hsien.

(2) JAPAN38

The Mongols and Japan; the Ming Dynasty and Japan; Japanese Invasion of Korea.

(3) LIUCHUI35
5. China and the Mongols and Manchus37

The Mongols; the Ming Dynasty and the Mongols; Rise of the Manchus; Cause of Manchu Success; The

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page i
  • Preface v
  • Contents xi
  • List of Special Abbreviations xix
  • Chapter I- Historical Background 1
  • Chapter II- Decline of the Tsing Dynasty 58
  • Chapter III- The Korean Problem 102
  • Chapter IV- The Japanese War and Some Consequences 150
  • Chapter V- The Boxer Rebellion 230
  • Chapter VI- The Reconstruction of Manchuria 284
  • Chapter VII- Developments since the Revolution 347
  • Index 431
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