During the 1920s the Soviet Union tried to stimulate revolution in China, sending scores of military and political advisers there as well as arms and money to influence political developments. The secrecy surrounding Soviet foreign intervention was broken when the Chinese government seized a mass of documents in a raid on the Soviet military headquarters in Peking in 1927. This book weaves together contemporary historical materials and information gleaned from these documents.
Publisher: Harvard University Press
Weight: 1589 g
Dimensions: 264 x 186 x 46 mm
Edition: New edition
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