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351 Notes Abbreviations BOMSC United Church of Canada Board of Overseas Missions, South China CCJC Canton Committee for Justice to China DHH Canadian Armed Forces Directorate of History and Heritage Archive FDR Franklin Delano Roosevelt Presidential Library and Museum FRUS U.S. Department of State, Foreign Relations of the United States Diplomatic Papers, 1940, 1941, and 1942 (Washington, DC: Historical Office, Bureau of Public Affairs, U.S. Department of State, 1955–1958) HKU University of Hong Kong Archive IWM Imperial War Museum (United Kingdom) LAC Library and Archives Canada LOC Library of Congress (United States) NARA National Archives and Records Administration (United States) TNA The National Archives (United Kingdom) TRL Toronto Reference Library (Canada) UCC United Church of Canada Archives, Toronto USMIR U.S. Military Intelligence Reports: China, 1911–1941, ed. Paul Kesaris (Frederick, MD: University Publications of America, 1983) USSDCF Confidential U.S. State Department Central Files: China, Internal Affairs, 1930–1939 and 1940–1941, ed. Paul Kesaris (Frederick, MD: University Publications of America, 1984) 352 notes to pages 3–19 Chapter 1. Collective Security in Asia 1. David Evans and Mark Peattie, Kaigun: Strategy, Tactics, and Technology in the Imperial Japanese Navy, 1887–1941 (Annapolis, MD: Naval Institute Press, 1997), 460. 2. Dick Wilson, When Tigers Fight: The Story of the Sino-Japanese War, 1937–1945 (New York: Viking Press, 1982), 62. 3. Vasilii Chuikov, Mission to China: Memoirs of a Soviet Military Adviser to Chiang Kaishek, trans. David Barrett (Norwalk, CT: EastBridge, 2004), 129. 4. John Foster Dulles, War or Peace (London: George G. Harrap, 1950), 98–99, 119; Eleanor Rathbone, War Can Be Averted: The Achievability of Collective Security (London: Victor Gollancz, 1938), 13–15, 88–89; Arthur Salter, Security: Can We Retrieve It? (London: Macmillan, 1939), 99–100, 164–166. 5. Correlli Barnett, The Collapse of British Power (London: Eyre Methuen, 1972), 354–356. 6. Rathbone, War Can Be Averted, 90–91, 174–178. 7. Jack Granatstein, How Britain’s Weakness Forced Canada into the Arms of the United States: The 1988 Joanne Goodman Lectures (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1989); Galen Roger Perras, Franklin Roosevelt and the Origins of the CanadianAmerican Security Alliance, 1933–1945: Necessary, but Not Necessary Enough (Westport , CT: Praeger, 1998). 8. Keith Neilson, The Permanent Under-Secretary for Foreign Affairs, 1854–1946 (London: Routledge, 2009), 244. 9. Franz Schurmann, The Logic of World Power (New York: Pantheon Books, 1974), 163–165, 415–416. 10. Ronald Spector, Eagle against the Sun: The American War against Japan (New York: Vintage Books, 1985), 224–225. Chapter 2. Clearing the Decks 1. TNA, FO 371/22150 E 724 (1/12h/1938), Foreign Office General Correspondence —Political, 1938–1966, report by Commercial Counselor A. H. George, 7 September 1938. See also Hu Pu Yu, A Brief History of the Sino-Japanese War (1937–1945) (Taipei: Chung Wu Publishing, 1974), 42, 45. 2. LAC, RG 25, vol. 8517, file 6605-40, Foreign Office, biography of Pai Ch’ungshi , 16 April 1943. 3. UCC, accession 83.046C, box 3, file 53, BOMSC, letter from R. D. Rees, 29 January 1937. 4. Ibid. 5. NARA, RG 165, entry 421, box 407, file China Campaign Plan, OPD, Operational Planning Division, Combined Staff Planners, A Plan of Campaign within China, CPS No. 107 D, 24 April 1944, 74. 6. David Bonavia, China’s Warlords (New York: Oxford University Press, 1995), 119, 125. 7. LAC, RG 25, vol. 3277, file 6669-G-40—Kwangsi, memorandum, “Liang Kwang,” by First Secretary Ralph E. Collins, 17 May 1944. 353 notes to pages 20–25 8. Eugene W. Levich, The Kwangsi Way in Kuomintang China, 1931–1939 (London : East Gate, 1993), 164, 255. 9. LAC, RG 25, vol. 4717, file 50055-40 pt. 1, Political Situation in China, Report F 6046/1689/10 by Weightman, 27 August 1942. 10. Ibid. See also Robert L. Jarman, ed., China: Political Reports, 1911–1960, vol. 6, 1937–1941 (London: Public Record Office, 2001), 103, 109. 11. NARA, RG 165, M1444, Correspondence of the Military Intelligence Division Relating to General, Political, Economic, and Military Conditions in China, 1918–1941, reel 15, Report No. 7258 by First Lieutenant Helmar W. Lystad, 25 April 1928, Report No. 8480 by Lieutenant Colonel W. S. Drysdale, 13 January 1933, Report No. 9151 by Major S. V. Constant, 27 June 1935, Report No. 9343 by Captain Bernard A. Tormey, 22 April 1936, and Report No. 9518 by Colonel Joseph W. Stilwell, 19 February 1937. 12. LAC, RG 25, vol. 3277, file 6669-G...


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