The elimination of the western presence in China : the communist victory and its aftermath
When the Chinese Communists came to power during 1949, they were faced with a diminished but still substantial Western presence in their country, the representatives and symbols of a century of imperialist activity in China. The present study analyses the process whereby, in the four years following their victories in the major cities, they effectively eliminated that remaining presence from China. It takes issue with those analysts who see the question basically in an immediate foreign...[Show more]
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