Britain and China, 1840-1970 : empire, finance and war
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Britain and China, 1840-1970 : empire, finance and war / edited by Robert Bickers and Jonathan J. Howlett.
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Table of Contents:
- "The usual intercourse of nations": the British in pre-Opium War Canton / John M. Carroll
- British intervention in the Taiping Rebellion / Stephen R. Platt
- Britain and China, and India, 1830s-1947 / Robert Bickers
- The interest of our colonies seems to have been largely overlooked: colonial Australia and Anglo-Chinese relations / Benjamin Mountford
- "Coolies" or "Huagong?": Conflicting British and Chinese attitudes towards Chinese contract workers in World War One France / Paul J. Bailey
- Sino-British relations in railway construction: state, imperialism and local elites, 1905-1911 / Koji Hirata
- Foreign investment in modern China: an analysis with a focus on British interests / Chen Qianping
- Curative finance: Francis Aglen, bond markets, and the early republic, 1911-1928 / Hans van de Ven
- Expansion and defence in the international settlement at Shanghai / Isabella Jackson
- Nationalistic enthusiasm versus imperialist sophistication: Britain from Chiang Kai-Shek's perspective / Sherman Lai
- Decolonisation in China, 1949-1959 / Jonathan J. Howlett.