Ambassador Fu Bingchang's attempts, in Moscow, from 1943-45, to bring in aid for China through Soviet Central Asia.

Foo, Yee-Wah (2014) Ambassador Fu Bingchang's attempts, in Moscow, from 1943-45, to bring in aid for China through Soviet Central Asia. In: Chiang Kai-shek and the Sino-Japanese War, 7-9 May 2014, Zhejiang University, China.

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Abstract

Negotiations over transportation rights through Soviet territory were an important feature of Chinese-Soviet diplomacy during the war years. This was because by mid-1942 Japan had placed a blockade on all the major supply routes to China. General Chiang Kaishek’s forces had virtually no access to foreign aid and military supplies, which they needed desperately, to continue the fight. This paper is about Ambassador Fu’s strenuous attempts, from l943 to the end of the war, to get overland passage for aid into China through Soviet Central Asia.

Keywords:Chiang Kaishek, Jiang Jieshi, Wartime transit in China, Soviet Central Asia WW2, Foo Pingsheung, Fu Bingchang, Sino-Soviet relations, Chinese-Soviet diplomacy, bmjholiday
Subjects:V Historical and Philosophical studies > V241 Chinese History
Divisions:College of Social Science > School of Social & Political Sciences
ID Code:14451
Deposited On:07 Jul 2014 10:06

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