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Index 441 Abe Noboyuki, Prime Minister and General, 154, 209 Allied powers China, significance of, 269, 273, 276, 284, 340 coalition building, 2, 12, 14, 72, 75, 164, 248, 250–251 Hong Kong, sacrifice of, 215–216, 241, 244 Hong Kong demilitarization, impact on, 215, 241, 260–261, 279, 282 southern China defense plan, 280–282, 292 American British Dutch Australian (ABDA) Command, 276, 310 American Volunteer Group (AVG), 11, 255 in Burma, 313, 336 creation of, 257, 271 deployment of, 281, 289 Hong Kong relief plan and, 280–281 Amoy, 134 bombardment of, 66, 135 ground operations at, 198 Japanese garrison, 236 Japanese naval forces, 95, 135, 211, 265 Kulangsu incident, 135 occupation of, 113 Anami Korechika, General, 288 Changsha, second battle of, 290, 292 Changsha, third battle of, 324–325, 328–329, 332 Ando Rikichi, General, 133, 137–138, 141, 151, 161, 200 meets with British officials, 115–117, 158–159 failure in Kwangsi, 183, 188–189 in Nanning, 186 in northern French Indochina, 227–229 objectives, 115–117, 176, 181, 190, 197 relations with Imperial General Headquarters, 152 removed from command, 229 treatment of civilians, 114, 179, 189 Anglo-American relations, 9, 71–72, 90, 119–121, 123–124, 215, 269 adherence to American policy, 258–259, 271–272, 276–277 British impetus in, 204, 218, 230, 239 British covert activities, 248, 250–251, 259 destroyers for bases deal, 207 Anglo-American strategic cooperation and planning, 164, 217, 239, 342 ABC-1 talks, 252 Anglo-American strategic cooperation and planning, continued and Burma Road, 220, 230, 255 impact of Axis victories, 259, 270–271 Europe first strategy, 252, 254, 279, 333, 343 impact of intelligence on, 272 Rainbow 5 plan, 221 priority of Soviet security, 248, 270–271, 276, 279, 284, 347 XYZ Plan, 281–282 see also strategic planning, Great Britain Anglo-Chinese relations, 46, 73–74, 80 British Military Mission, 291, 310–311 British relations with communists, 157, 159, 164, 199, 339 intelligence ties, 154–155, 164, 261, 281 lack of formal alliance, 76, 103 mistrust, 158, 290–291, 343 overt military cooperation, 46, 82, 122, 124, 161, 205, 215, 217, 280, 338 rupture in, 301, 313, 322, 345 see also British support for China Anglo-Japanese agreement, 160, 162 Anglo-Japanese antagonism, 7–8, 32, 38, 43, 80, 116, 126, 129, 132 British support for China, 148, 151, 161–162, 164 Chiang’s influence, 47–48, 104–105 invasion of Hainan, 111, 119 invasion of northern Indochina, 234, 245 Japanese terror bombing, 213 low-intensity conflict, 67–69, 104, 135, 237, 260–262, 288, 300 Tientsin crisis, 135–136, 148, 158–162, 214–215 Anglo-Portuguese relations, 86 Anglo-Soviet relations, 83, 102, 132, 146 British Military Mission, 158 British support for USSR, 12, 71, 73, 82, 90, 160, 163, 246, 274, 276, 284 closure of Burma Road, 221, 342 collective security, 90, 119, 123, 154 cooperation in China, 72, 132, 144, 161, 218, 341–342 friction in, 123, 126, 147, 174, 202, 214, 221 rupture in, 223–226 Arnup, Jesse, 209 Asaka Yasuhiko, Prince, 42 assassination, 52, 67, 135, 148, 160–161, 262 Atlantic Charter, 272 atrocities, 4, 42, 112, 133, 196, 198–199, 221, 344. See also Chinese morale; Hong Kong; Nanking (Nanjing) Attlee, Prime Minister Clement, 278–279 Australia, 208, 226, 282, 344 Axis Pact - Tripartite Pact, 132, 253 Japan joins, 227, 230 Babbington, Air Marshal John T., 155 Baltic States, 224 Banham, Tony, 317 Bank of Canada, 251 Barbosa, Artur Tamagnini de Sousa, 86, 139 Barnett, Correlli, 205 Barrett, Colonel David, 42, 57, 60, 71, 110, 187 British embassy relations with communists, 225 Chinese-Japanese trade, 133, 211 fall of Canton, 95, 98 Japanese brutality, 189 third battle of Changsha, 332–333 Bartholomew, Major General A. H., 33–34, 76 Bates, F., 64 Baxter, Catherine, 280 Beaverbrook, Lord, (Max Aitken), 250, 255, 274 Bedniakoff, Colonel, 297 Bertram, James, 225 Bissell, Major General Clayton, 208 Blunt, A. P., 118, 149 Bocca Tigris, 91, 93, 95 Chinese defenses, 49–50 Japanese defenses, 138 Japanese reinforcements at, 264, 302–303 radio intelligence net, 242, 303 Bond, Colour Sergeant, 315 Bourne, Captain G. K., 80 Boxer, Major Charles R., 35, 57, 95, 117, 131, 265 tour of 4th War Zone, 101–102 liaison to Chinese army, 155, 242 Brenan, Sir John, 71 Hong Kong purchase scheme, 80–81, 120 on Hong Kong in Anglo-U.S. policy, 279 Brice, Martin, 74 442 index British Admiralty, 33–34, 80 British Air Ministry, 80 British Army...

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9780700621835
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9780700621088
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913078298
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2016-01-01
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