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The Stilwell Papers
The Stilwell Papers
Author: Joseph W. Stilwell, Edited by Theodore White
The papers in this volume cover from 1941 until he left China-Burma India theater in 1944. The papers that make up this volume are from three sources: General Stilwell's private field diaries, the "black notebook" in which he sometimes wrote his innermost thoughts and reflections and long letters to Mrs. Stilwell.
ISBN: 345407
Publication Date: 1948
Pages: 375
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Publisher: William Sloane Associates, Inc.
Book Type: Hardcover
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Anyone who still believes that "We lost China" will understand from this unsung hero that China lost China, and at no time was it in our power to prevent it. For further elucidation it should be followed by Barbara Tuchman's followup work.