Time Runs out in Cbi

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Contents
PART ONE
Opening the Road to China
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I. NEW COMMANDERS IN A SPLIT THEATER3
The Political and Economic Scene in China7
Wedemeyer's Missions and Roles14
The U.S. Command Structure in China Theater19
The U.S. Projects in China24
Sultan's Task29
The American Effort in India Burma33
The SOS in India, Fall 194436
Supply Activities in India40
Lend-Lease to China43
II. WEDEMEYER BEGINS HIS WORK IN CHINA46
Japanese Plans in American Eyes46
The Japanese Side of the Hill49
Wedemeyer's Reactions to the Chinese Scene51
The Japanese Begin To Threaten55
ALPHA: Beginning an Attempt To Save56
Chinese Reactions to ALPHA61
Strengthening the Chinese Forces64
Filling the Gaps in the Chinese Divisions66
Plans To Break the Transport Bottleneck67
Attempts To Arm Hsueh Yueh71
Plans To Use the Chinese Communists72
III. BEGINNING THE FALL CAMPAIGN IN NORTH BURMA77
The Situation at the Front77
Planning the First Directive81
Events Cancel the Attack on Rangoon85
Allied Land Forces, Southeast Asia87
NCAC Prepares To Resume Operations89
Logistical Support96
Japanese Plans and Preparations98
Reopening the Fight101
The Attack in the Center106
Fighting Around Tonkwa110

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