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Author: Wen-hsin Yeh,Christian Henriot
ISBN: 0521822211
Subcategory: Humanities
Pages 406 pages
Publisher Cambridge University Press; First Edition edition (April 12, 2004)
Language English
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eBook In the Shadow of the Rising Sun: Shanghai under Japanese Occupation (Cambridge Modern China Series) download

by Wen-hsin Yeh,Christian Henriot


Christian Henriot and Wen-hsin Yeh ask what the war years 1937-1945 meant to the civilian . Most people inhabited the space between extremes, and it is here, in the realm of the ordinary, that these essays make their mark.

Christian Henriot and Wen-hsin Yeh ask what the war years 1937-1945 meant to the civilian population of the great metropolis.

Henriot and Yeh have produced a rich and highly readable volume on Shanghai during the 1937–1945 Japanese occupation period. The volume is divided into three sections, broadly on economic, political and cultural history

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The authors of this 2004 volume consult Chinese and Western archival materials to examine the Chinese War of Resistance against the Japanese in the Shanghai area. 48. Marketing Medicine across Enemy Lines Chinese Fixers and Shanghais Wartime Centrality. 68. Crossing Enemy Lines Shanghai and the Central China Base. 92. Shanghai Smuggling.

Rejecting conventional demands, this book examines how ordinary men and women, Chinese as well as foreign, endured the Japanese military assault and occupation of Shanghai during the Chinese War of Resistance (1937-1945). Instead of presenting their stories in terms of heroic resistance versus shameful collaboration with the enemy, the volume reveals how the city's Rejecting conventional demands, this book examines how ordinary men and women, Chinese as well as foreign, endured the Japanese military assault and occupation of Shanghai during the Chinese War of Resistance (1937-1945).

Christian Henriot, Wen-hsin Yeh. The authors of this 2004 volume consult Chinese and Western archival materials to examine the Chinese War of Resistance against the Japanese in the Shanghai area. They argue that the war in China was a nationalistic endeavour carried out without an effective national leadership. Wartime Chinese activities in Shanghai drew upon social networks rather than ideological positions and these activities cut across lines of military and political divisions.

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Rejecting conventional demands, this book examines how ordinary men and women, Chinese as well as foreign, endured the Japanese military assault and occupation of Shanghai during the Chinese War of Resistance (1937-1945). Instead of presenting their stories in terms of heroic resistance versus shameful collaboration with the enemy, the volume reveals how the city's dwellers mobilized a variety of social networks to circumvent enemy strictures. They employed strategies that kept alive a culture and an economy that were vital to the survival of the brutalized population.