The Australian Legation in Nanking

該內容僅提供英文版。 From July 1941 until October 1949, the Commonwealth of Australia maintained two diplomatic legations in the Republic of China. Frederic Eggleston, then one of Australia’s leading international relations theorists and an advocate who supported closer ties with Asia, was Minister of the first legation, located in the wartime capital of Chungking, until he was recalled in March 1944, and posted thereafter to represent Australia in Washington.… 閱讀

The Republic

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  • A Capital Renewed
  • The Nanking Decade
  • A City Murdered
  • The Long Farewell
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  • The Nanking Atrocity and Chinese Historical Memory
  • Yuan Tengfei on the Nanking Massacre
  • First-hand Account
  • A Sociological Survey of Nanking After the Massacre
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