eBook China at War: An Encyclopedia, 1st Edition

  • Xiaobing Li
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  • ISBN-10: 1598844164
  • ISBN-13: 9781598844160
  • DDC: 355.00951
  • Grade Level Range: 9th Grade - College Senior
  • 605 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2012 | Published/Released April 2013
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2012
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Overview

This comprehensive volume traces the Chinese military and its experiences over the past 2,500 years, describing clashes with other kingdoms and nations as well as internal rebellions and revolutions.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Dedication.
Contents.
Note on Transliteration.
Preface.
Introduction.
1: Agrarian Revolutionary War (1927–1937).
2: American Volunteer Group (1941–1942).
3: An-Shi, Rebellion of (755–763).
4: Anti-Japanese Military and Political College (1936–1945).
5: Anti-Japanese War (1937–1945).
6: Art of War, The.
7: Autumn Harvest Uprising (1927).
8: Bandit Extermination Campaigns (1949–1953).
9: Banner System (1601–1912).
10: Beiping-Tianjin Campaign (1948–1949).
11: Beiyang Army (1906–1927).
12: Boxer Rebellion.
13: Cao Cao (155–220).
14: Cao Gangchuan (1935–).
15: Changsha Uprising (1930).
16: Chen Geng (Chen Keng, 1903–1961).
17: Chen Xilian (Ch’en Hsi-lian) (1915–1999).
18: Chen Yi (Ch’en Yi) (1901–1972).
19: Chengpu, Battle of (632 BC).
20: Chennault, Claire Lee (1893–1958).
21: Chi Haotian (1929–).
22: Chibi, Battle of (208).
23: China, People’s Republic of.
24: China, Republic of.
25: China-Burma-India (CBI) Theater.
26: Chinese Civil War (1946–1949).
27: Chinese Communist Party (CCP).
28: Chinese Intervention in the Korean War (1950–1953).
29: Chinese Military Advisory Group (1950–1955).
30: Chinese Offensive in Korea, First (October 25–November 6, 1950).
31: Chinese Offensive in Korea, Second (November 25–December 24, 1950).
32: Chinese Offensive in Korea, Third (December 31, 1950–January 8, 1951).
33: Chinese Offensive in Korea, Fourth (January 25–April 21, 1951).
34: Chinese Offensive in Korea, Fifth (April 22–May 23, 1951).
35: Chinese People’s Volunteer Force (1950–1953).
36: Chinese Revolution of 1911.
37: Chinese Summer Offensives in Korea (1953).
38: Chinese Workers and Peasants Red Army (1927–1937).
39: Commission of Science, Technology, and Industry for National Defense (1958–2008).
40: Confucian-Mencian Paradigm.
41: Counterrevolutionaries, Campaign against (1950–1953).
42: Cultural Revolution (1966–1976).
43: Dalai Lama (1935–).
44: Damansky Island (Zhenbao Island).
45: Deng Xiaoping (Deng Hsiao-ping) (1904–1997).
46: Dixie Mission (1944–1947).
47: Dongshan Island Landing Campaign (1953).
48: Eight Foreign Armies Invasion of China (1900–1901).
49: Eight Trigrams Rebellion (1813).
50: Eighth Route Army (1937–1945).
51: Encirclement Campaigns (1930–1934).
52: Eunuchs.
53: Ever-Victorious Army (1860–1864).
54: Fei River, Battle of (383).
55: Fengtian-Zhili War (1922–1924).
56: First Field Army (1948–1950).
57: Five Seven One (571) Plan (1971).
58: Four Modernizations.
59: Fourth Field Army (1948–1955).
60: Fu Zuoyi (Fu Tso-yi) (1895–1974).
61: Fubing (550–1200).
62: Gang of Four (1966–1977).
63: Gao Gang (Kao Kang) (1902–1954).
64: General Departments of the People’s Liberation Army.
65: Genghis Khan (1162–1227).
66: Grand Canal.
67: Great Wall.
68: Guandu, Battle of (200).
69: Guangzhou Uprising (1927).
70: Guerrilla Warfare (1928–1949).
71: Gunpowder.
72: Guomindang.
73: Han, Cavalry of (206 BC–220 AD).
74: Han Dynasty (206 BC–220 AD).
75: Han Wudi, Emperor (156–87 BC).
76: He Long (Ho Lung) (1896–1969).
77: Hong Kong.
78: Hong Xiuquan (Hung Hsiu-ch’uan) (1814–1864).
79: Hong Xuezhi (Hong Hsue-ch’i) (1913–2006).
80: Hua Guofeng (1921–2008).
81: Huai-Hai Campaign (November 1948–January 1949).
82: Huang Chao’s Rebellion (874–884).
83: Huang Kecheng (1902–1986).
84: Hundred Regiments Campaign (1940).
85: Ichi-go Campaign (April–December 1944).
86: Japan, Attack on Manchuria (1931).
87: Jiang Jieshi (Chiang Kai-shek) (1887–1975).
88: Jiang Zemin (1926–).
89: Jiangnan Arsenal.
90: Jiangxi Soviet (1930–1934).
91: Jinggangshan Revolutionary Base Area (1928–1934).
92: Jinmen (Quemoy or Kinmen).
93: Julu, Battle of (208–207 BC).
94: Kangxi (K’ang-hsi), Emperor (1654–1722).
95: Korean War (1950–1953).
96: Korean War Armistice Agreement (July 27, 1953).
97: Kublai Khan (Khubilai Khan) (1215–1294).
98: Li Desheng (1916–2011).
99: Li Hongzhang (Li Hung-chang) (1823–1901).
100: Li Shimin, Emperor (599–649).
101: Li Xiannian (1909–1992).
102: Li Zicheng (Li Tzu-ch’eng) (1605–1645).
103: Liao-Shen Campaign (September–November 1948).
104: Lin Biao (Lin Piao) (1906–1971).
105: Lin Zexu (Lin Tse-hsu) (1785–1850).
106: Liu Bei (161–223).
107: Liu Bocheng (Liu Po-ch’eng, 1892–1986).
108: Liu Shaoqi (Liu Shao-ch’i) (1898–1969).
109: Long March (1934–1935).
110: Lord Shang (or Shang Yang) (390–338 BC).
111: Luo Ronghuan (Lo Jung-huan, 1902–1963).
112: Luo Ruiqing (Luo Rui-ch’ing) (1906–1978).
113: Lushan Conference (1959).
114: Manchuria.
115: Manchus.
116: Mao Zedong (Mao Tse-tung) (1893–1976).
117: Mao Zedong, Revolutionary War of (1927–1949).
118: Marco Polo Bridge Incident (July 1937).
119: Marshall Mission to China (1945–1947).
120: Martial Arts.
121: McMahon Line.
122: Miles, Milton E. (1900–1960).
123: Military Ranks, People’s Liberation Army.
124: Militia.
125: Ming Dynasty (1368–1644).
126: Mongols.
127: Mongols, Cavalry of (1200–1400).
128: Movement to Resist America and Aid Vietnam (1964–1973).
129: Muye, Battle of (1027 BC).
130: Nanchang Uprising (August 1, 1927).
131: Nanjing, Rape of (December 13, 1937–January 22, 1938).
132: Nanjing, Treaty of (August 1842).
133: Nanniwan Experiment (1942–1945).
134: National Defense White Paper (1998).
135: National Party Congress (CCP).
136: National People’s Congress (NPC).
137: National Revolutionary Army (1925–1928).
138: Nationalist Army.
139: Nerchinsk and Kiakhta, Treaties of (1689 and 1727).
140: New Army (1894–1912).
141: New Fourth Army (1937–1945).
142: New Fourth Army Incident (January 1941).
143: Nian Rebellion (1851–1868).
144: Nie Rongzhen (Nieh Jung-ch’en) (1899–1992).
145: North China Field Army (1947–1948).
146: Northern and Southern Dynasties (420–581).
147: Northern Expedition (1926–1928).
148: Nuclear Program.
149: Open Door Policy.
150: Opium War, First (1839–1842).
151: Peng Dehuai (P’eng Te-huai) (1898–1974).
152: People’s Liberation Army.
153: People’s War.
154: People’s War under Modern Conditions (1985–1995).
155: Pingxingguan, Battle of (September 1937).
156: Qian Xuesen (Tsien Hsue-shen) (1911–2009).
157: Qianlong (Ch’ien-lung), Emperor (1711–1799).
158: Qin Dynasty (221–206 BC).
159: Qin Shi Huangdi, Emperor (259–210 BC).
160: Qing Dynasty (1644–1912).
161: Rebellion Led by Chen Sheng (209–208 BC).
162: Red Army (1928–1937).
163: Red Army College (1933–1936).
164: Red Army Recruitment (1927–1934).
165: Red Guards (1966–1968).
166: Russia, Relations with China.
167: Russo-Japanese War (1904–1905).
168: Second Artillery Corps (Strategic Rocket Force).
169: Second Field Army (1948–1950).
170: Self-Strengthening Movement (1861–1911).
171: Shang Dynasty (1766–1027 BC).
172: Shanghai Communiqué (1972).
173: Shimonoseki, Treaty of (1895).
174: Silk Road.
175: Sino-American Cooperative Organization (SACO).
176: Sino-French War (August 1884–April 1885).
177: Sino-Indian Border War (1962).
178: Sino-Japanese War (1894–1895).
179: Sino-Soviet Conflict (1969–1971).
180: Sino-Soviet Split (1956–1966).
181: Sino-Soviet Treaty of Friendship and Alliance (February 1950).
182: Sino-Vietnamese Border War (1979).
183: Small Sword Society (1853–1855).
184: Song Dynasty (960–1279).
185: Song, Fortified Cities (1127–1279).
186: Song-Mongol War (1234–1279).
187: Soviet Union (1922–1991).
188: Spratly and Paracel Islands.
189: Stilwell, Joseph Warren (1883–1946).
190: Su Yu (1907–1984).
191: Su Zhenhua (1912–1979).