Hugh Dean East Asian Pamphlet Collection

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Hugh Dean East Asian Pamphlet Collection

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The Hugh Dean Collection consists of East Asian pamphlets, most relating to China during the 1930s, 40s, and 50s. Each pamphlet is downloadable as a PDF file, and full text searchable. The collection also includes a series of postcard views of historic sites in Japan.

Items in the Hugh Dean East Asian Pamphlet Collection Collection

China and the U. S. A.
This pamphlet is the text of a speech delivered on September 2 at the Coney Island Velodrome by Earl Browder, General Secretary of the Communist Party, at the opening of the Communist municipal election campaign.

What are we doing in China?
Joseph North explains US intervention in China during the Sino-Japanese War. Transcript of the pamphlet appears below.

About the Author 3 JOSEPHN ORTHt, h e author of this pamphlet, is the Editor of New Masses, political and cultural weekly…

The Thought of Mao Tse-Tung
Reprinted from Amerasia, June, 1947.

War in China
International pamphlets ; no. 19. Ray Stewart describes the early years of the Sino-Japanese War and takes a critical look at US involvement.

China's Greatest Crisis
A pamphlet by Frederick Vanderbilt Field describing relations between the Kuomintang and the Chinese Communist Party during the Chinese Revolution, the Sino-Japanese war, and the need for American support of a democratic China.

Militarist wars and revolution in China : a Marxian analysis of the new reactionary civil war and prospects of the revolution in China
The major part of this pamphlet was first published in a series of eight articles in the Daily Worker (Nov. 25 to Dec. 2, 1929)