China Diary: Crisis Diplomacy in Dairen

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China Diary: Crisis Diplomacy in Dairen

By Paul Paddock
Iowa State University Press, 1977
274 pp. $7.50

A first-hand and often exciting account of the fate of the U. S. consulate in Dairen at the end of World War II, caught between the Soviet and the Communist Chinese machinations in Manchuria and eventually cut off. Scholars, however, will look in vain for any new light on U.S.-Chinese-Soviet relations in Manchuria at the time.

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