Manchurian Railways and the Opening of China

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M.E. Sharpe
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Contents

Introduction
3
PART I Competing Railway Imperialisms
11
1 The Chinese Eastern Railway from the First SinoJapanese War until the RussoJapanese War
13
2 Japans South Manchuria Railway Company in Northeast China 190634
37
3 SinoSoviet Tensions and Soviet Administrative Control over the Chinese Eastern Railway 191725
59
The Chinese Eastern Railway and the 1929 SinoSoviet Conflict
81
PART II Competing Railway Nationalisms
103
The Case of Railway Enterprises in Central China and Manchuria
105
The TianjinPukou Line in pre1949 Shandong
123
7 Railways in Communist Strategy and Operations in Manchuria 194548
149
8 Return of the Chinese Changchun Railway to China by the USSR
171
Manchurias Railways as a Natural Extension of the Sea Lines of Communication
195
Bibliography
209
Index
223
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