Administering the Colonizer: Manchuria's Russians under Chinese Rule, 1918-29 (Contemporary Chinese Studies)
By: Blaine R. Chiasson (author)Hardback
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Students and scholars of modern Russia and China and anyone
interested in the history of cultural relations, empire, or urban
administration will find this book of interest.
Blaine R. Chiasson is an associate professor of modern Chinese history and Sino-Russian relations at Wilfrid Laurier University.
1 Introduction: Where Yellow Ruled White - Harbin, 1929 2 Railway Frontier: North Manchuria before 1917 3 The Chinese Eastern Railway: From Russian Concession to Chinese Special District 4 Securing the Special District: Police, Courts, and Prisons 5 Experiments Co-Administering the Chinese Eastern Railway 6 Manchurian Landlords: The Struggle over the Special District's Land 7 Whose City Is This? Special District Municipal Governance 8 Making Russians Chinese: Secondary and Post-Secondary Education 9 Conclusion: Playing Guest and Host on the Manchurian Stage Appendix Notes Bibliography Index
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