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Author: Knight Biggerstaff
ISBN13: 978-0939657230
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Nanking Letters 1949 (Cornell East Asia Series) by Knight Biggerstaff



First printed in 1979, this series of illuminating letters was written between April and August, 1949, describing Nanking before, during and immediately after the Communist takeover. The result is a fresh and lively close-up of this crucial phase in the Chinese Revolution. This collection is of c First printed in 1979, this series of illuminating letters was written between April and August, 1949, describing Nanking before, during and immediately after the Communist takeover  . Paperback, 108 pages. Published by Cornell University East Asia Program. Nanking Letters, 1949 (Cornell University East Asia, Vol. 23) (Cornell East Asia Series). 0939657236 (ISBN13: 9780939657230).

First printed in 1979, this series of illuminating letters was written between April and August, 1949, describing Nanking before, during and immediately after the Communist takeover.

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Much of his academic career was spent at Cornell University, where he chaired the Department of Asian Studies from 1946 to 1956, helping to create the university's China (now East Asia) and Southeast Asia programs. He also chaired Cornell's history department from 1956 to 1963. Biggerstaff also helped to launch a quarterly journal, now The Journal of Asian Studies. New York Times obituary.

Cornell University East Asia papers ; no. 23. Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references. Personal Name: Biggerstaff, Knight, 1906-. Geographic Name: Nanjing (Jiangsu Sheng, China) History. The data of catalog based on open source database. All rights are reserved by their owners. Download book Nanking letters, 1949, by Knight Biggerstaff.

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First printed in 1979, this series of illuminating letters was written between April and August, 1949, describing Nanking before, during and immediately after the Communist takeover. The author was in China on a research fellowship at the time of the takeover. The result is a fresh and lively close-up of this crucial phase in the Chinese Revolution. This collection is of considerable value because it contains an eye-witness account of the Chinese revolution. Such original sources are rare and especially useful for teaching purposes.