The Shanghai Stars and Stripes: Witness to the Transition to Peace, 1945-1946 (Google eBook)
This work is an account of the China edition of the U.S. Army's daily newspaper, The Stars and Stripes, which was geared toward service personnel in the China Theater of Operations at the end of World War II and published for nearly a year. The book addresses Japanese repatriations, war-crime trials, the Chinese civil war and the rise of Communism as covered by the paper, and the paper's role in strengthening U.S. troop morale.
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I Origins Foundations and Early Operations of the China Shanghai Edition of the Stars and Stripes
II The Home Front
III The Chinese Conundrum
IV Growing GI Unrest
V Japanese Problems
VI The China Scene Changes
X The Effects of Soldier Unrest on the Soldier Press
XI The Marines
XII The Conduct of Servicemen in Shanghai
XIII The Marshall Mission
XIV The Shanghai Stripes
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