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The Spirit of Yenan, a Wartime Chapter of Sino-American Friendship
by API Press Ltd.
Written in English
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This book is a compilation of personal files and photographs from the Dixie Mission. It has been put together by John Colling as a record of the wartime friendship that subsequently developed.
This friendship may have provided a better base for U.S.-China relations than the then current support of Chiang Kai-shek."--Publisher's description. THE SPIRIT OF YENAN - A Wartime Chapter of Sino-American Friendship Hardcover – January 1, by John Colling (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating.
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The best approach is perhaps afforded by a simplification of both a logical and historical approach. For concrete examples it is most worthwhile to look at instances of psychological warfare taken out of history down to World War II.
Then the definitions and working relationships can be traced and—with these in mind—a somewhat more detailed and critical appraisal of. Collins, John "The Spirit of Yenan: A Wartime Chapter of Sino-American Friendship."* Crook, Isabel and David.
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A Meaningful Wartime Friendship: then spelt as Yenan, in his memoir The Spirit of Yenan--A Wartime Chapter of Sino-American Friendship. This included accounts of locals rebuilding homes and towns destroyed in the war. His book highlighted the determination that the Chinese demonstrated to win the war.
Snow himself then felt strongly that his earlier role placed a special burden on him to help bridge the troubled waters of Sino-American (non)-relations. The Russians, on their part, who from the first viewed Snow and Red Star with hostility, would begin openly to accuse him of using that book to spread the Maoist nationalist "anti-Soviet.The idea was to give the Chinese as many SO men and materials as possible, in exchange for, what was to be kept secret: a foothold in China for future intelligence operations OSS’s new position in China was formalized in April in a secret treaty establishing the Sino-American Special Cooperative Organization or SACO (pronounced.Chapter VII, on Education, opens: "The educational aim of the Republic of China shall be to develop a national spirit, to cultivate a national morality, to train the people for self-government and to increase their ability to earn a livelihood, and thereby to build up a sound and healthy body of citizens" (Art.
), and continues, "Every.