China Diplomacy, 1914-1918
This study of World War I diplomacy concerning China covers in detail the outbreak of the war in the Far East; China's attempt to join the allies in 1915; the secret agreements during 1917 between Japan and Great Britain, France, Italy, and Russia; and later negotiations relative to China's entry into the war.
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War Spreads to the Far East
Japan Bids for Supremacy in China
Discussions by the Powers FebruaryApril 1915
Yuan Shihkai Aspires to be Emperor
China Enters the War
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