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Iris Chang The Rape of Nanking The Chinese Holocaust
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A 5 page paper on Iris Chang's non-fiction book The Rape of Nanking. In this work Chang describes the systematic murder of the population of this Chinese city by the Japanese in 1937, and posits some reasons for the Japanese soldier's unthinkable brutality. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: Nanking.doc

Sino-Soviet Relations From 1945-1989
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5 pages in length. Nineteen eighty-nine was a most significant year for Sino-Soviet relations. The Chinese and the Russians had endured several decades of discord that ultimately culminated in the restoration of party-to-party relations, bringing together the two communist parties. The events that initially caused the rift between the two powers served to create considerable strain within existing Sino-Soviet relations; these concerns were not so much because of Russian initiatives or concessions but more because Chinese developments. The writer discusses the events affecting Sino-Soviet relations between 1945 and 1989. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: Sinosov.wps

The Communists and the Kuomintang / The Struggle For Power In Revolutionary China
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A 9 page paper detailing the power struggle between the Communist Party and the KMT (Kuomintang) in revolutionary China. The writer details the working ideologies of both parties and explores the social conditions and the political circumstances that produced them. The bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: China2.wps

The Opium Wars
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A 6 page paper discussing the causes and results of the two Opium Wars (1839-1842 and 1856-1858) between China and Britain. In 300 years of trade with China, Britain had developed a thirst for China's tea as well as appetites for Chinese silk and porcelain, but pre-industrial China found very little to desire from Britain's offerings. To ease the resulting tremendous trade deficit, Britain began growing opium in its colony India and insisted that China allow it to enter their country for use by their people. China declined the affront to their national sovereignty, lost Hong Kong to Britain, and later lost all right to restrict the opium trade within their borders. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: Opwar.doc


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