In the final analysis the book examines the widely debated subject of appeasement in its Asian context.
Download Citation Origins of the War in the East: Britain, China and Japan 1937-39 This study describes the British government's policy towards China during the first phases of the undeclared Sino-Japanese war, starting in July. In the final analysis the book examines the widely debated subject of appeasement in its Asian context. It is argued that Britain pursued a policy towards Japan which gained strength without producing a Far Eastern Munich.
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This study describes the British government's policy towards China during the first phases of the undeclared Sino-Japanese war, starting in July 1937 when the conflict in North China culminated in all-out hostilities; and ending in September 1939 when the outbreak of the war over Poland forced the British government to turn almost all its attention to Europe.
267. £. 0 - Great Britain and the Origins of the Pacific War: A Study of British Policy in East Asia, 1937–1941. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1977. Some of Clifford's shortcomings have been remedied by Lee, B. Britain and the Sino-Japanese War 1937–39: a study in the dilemmas of British decline (London, 1973). Neither book, however, provides an adequate analysis of British policy in East Asia.
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The Second Sino-Japanese War was a military conflict fought primarily between the Republic of China and the Empire of Japan from July 7, 1937, to September 2, 1945. It began with the Marco Polo Bridge Incident in 1937 in which a dispute between Japanese and Chinese troops escalated into a battle. Some sources in the modern People's Republic of China date the beginning of the war to the Japanese invasion of Manchuria in 1931.
See A. Shai, Origins of the War in the East - Britain, China and Japan 1937–1939 (London, 1976), and Britain and China . For further discussion of this theme, see Shai, Britain and China pp. 157–8. Shai, Origins of the War in the East - Britain, China and Japan 1937–1939 (London, 1976), and Britain and China 1941–1947: Imperial Momentum (London, 1984). 2. See, for example, . 4. Christopher Howe and Kenneth R. Walker, ‘Mao, the Economist’, in D. Wilson (e., Mao Tse-tung in the Scales of History (Cambridge, 1977), p. 17. oogle Scholar.
ARON SHAI, Origins of the War in the East Britain China and Japan 1937 39 1976. The Constitutional History Of Modern Britain 1485-1937. by Keir David Lindsay.