THE DILEMMAS OF A CIVILIAN POLITICIAN IN TIME OF WAR: ZHOU FOHAI AND THE FIRST STAGE OF THE SINO-JAPANESE WAR, JULY-DECEMBER 1937
History's verdict on Zhou Fohai is that he was an arch-collaborator, the éminence grise of Wang Jingwei's government. Yet Zhou's political career in the 1930s as a member of Chiang Kai-shek's factional network did not suggest his later activities as a hi
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