New York, Bern, Berlin, Bruxelles, Frankfurt/M., Oxford, Wien, 2001. 240 pp.
Contents: Larry N. Shyu: Introduction: Sino-Japanese Relations in Peace and War – Young-tsu Wong: The Xi’an Incident and the
Coming of the War of Resistance – De-min Tao: Japan’s War in China: Perspectives of Leading Japanese Sinologists – Eto Shinkichi:
Japanese Maneuvers for Peace with China, 1937-1940 – Guido Samarani: The Evolution of Fascist Italian Diplomacy During the
Sino-Japanese War, 1937-1943 – Chen Qianping: Sino-British Relations and the Tibetan Crisis of 1943 (Translated by David P.
Barrett) – Roger B. Jeans: Third-Party Collaborators in Wartime China: The Case of the Chinese National Socialist Party –
Yu Shen: Juntong, SACO, and the Nationalist Guerrilla Effort – Jin Pusen: To Feed a Country at War: China’s Supply
and Consumption of Grain During the War of Resistance (Translated by Larry N. Shyu) – Ka-che Yip: Disease and the Fighting
Men: Nationalist Anti-Epidemic Efforts in Wartime China, 1937-1945 – Chen Hongmin: Traditional Responses to Modern War: The
Nationalist Post-Stage System and the Communist Great Production Movement (Translated by David P. Barrett) – Hui-yu Caroline
Ts’ai: The War Never Ended: The War Compensation Movement in Taiwan.