Melvil Decimal System: 951.8
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Philosophy and Psychology
Mathematics and Science
Arts and Recreation
Biography and History
Geography, Voyages And Travel
China and Korea
N. E. China, Beijing
S. E. China, Canton, Hong Kong, Taiwan (Formosa)
S. W. China
N. W. China
Works under MDS 951.8
- In Manchuria: A Village Called Wasteland and the Transformation of Rural China by Michael Meyer
- Manchu Princess, Japanese Spy: The Story of Kawashima Yoshiko, the Cross-Dressing Spy Who Commanded Her Own Army (Asia Perspectives: History, Society, and Culture) by Phyllis Birnbaum
- The Limits of Foreign Policy: The West, the League, and the Far Eastern Crisis of 1931-1933 by Christopher Thorne
- The Manchurian Myth: Nationalism, Resistance, and Collaboration in Modern China by Rana Mitter
- The Far Eastern crisis by Henry L. Stimson
- Journey among the Tibetan nomads : an account of a remote civilization by Namkhai Norbu
- Reluctant Pioneers: China's Expansion Northward, 1644-1937 by James Reardon-Anderson
- Crossed Histories: Manchuria in the Age of Empire by Mariko Tamanoi
- Memory Maps: The State and Manchuria in Postwar Japan (The World of East Asia) by Mariko Tamanoi
- Remote Homeland, Recovered Borderland: Manchus, Manchoukuo, and Manchuria, 1907-1985 (World of East Asia) by Dan Shao
- To the Harbin Station: The Liberal Alternative in Russian Manchuria, 1898-1914 by David Wolff
- Two Dreams in One Bed: Empire, Social Life, and the Origins of the North Korean Revolution in Manchuria (Asia-Pacific: Culture, Politics, and Society) by Hyun Ok Park
- Manchuria, cradle of conflict by Owen Lattimore
- Creating a Chinese Harbin: Nationalism in an International City, 1916-1932 by James Hugh Carter
- The Manchurian Crisis and Japanese Society, 1931-33 (Routledge/Asian Studies Association of Australia (ASAA) East Asian Series) by Sandra Wilson
- Manchurian Frontier in Ch'ing History by Robert H.G. Lee
- Manchuria, Its People, Resources, and Recent History by Sir Alexander Hosie
- Manchuria since 1931 by Francis Clifford Jones
- Anvil of Victory: The Communist Revolution in Manchuria (Studies of the East Asian Institute) by Steven I. Levine
- War in the Far East by Henry Hall
- The Making of a Chinese City: History and Historiography in Harbin (Studies on Modern China) by soren clausen
- The Japanese Army in North China, 1937-1941: Problems of Political and Economic Control (East Asian historical monographs) by Lincoln Li
- Manchuria Under Japanese Dominion (Encounters with Asia) by Shin®ichi Yamamuro
- The puppet state of "Manchukuo"
- A New History of Parhae by Northeast Asian History Foundation
- A new history of Parhae by Tongbuga Yŏksa Chaedan (Korea),
- New light on Manchu historiography and literature: The discovery of three documents in old Manchu script
- Belyˆi Kharbin : seredina 20-kh by G. V. Melikhov
- Beiträge zur Geschichte, Sprache und Kultur der Mandschuren und Sibe (Aetas Manjurica)
- Banner Legacy: The Rise of the Fengtian Local Elite at the End of the Qing (Michigan Monographs in Chinese Studies) by Yoshiki Enatsu
- Japanese imperialism exposed the secret Tanaka document by Giichi Tanaka
- Revolutionary Struggle in Manchuria; Chinese Communism and Soviet Interest, 1922-1945 by Chong-Sik Lee
- The historic city of Nara : an archaeological approach by Kiyotari Tsuboi
- Civil Government in Warlord China: Tradition, Modernization and Manchuria (Studies in Modern Chinese History, Vol. 3) by Ronald Suleski
- Manchuria, The Cockpit Of Asia by P. T. Etherton
- Kimera: Manshukoku no shozo (Chuko shinsho) by Shin®ichi Yamamuro
- Modernization of Manchuria by Ronald Suleski
- The Manchurian crisis, 1931-1932; a tragedy in international relations by Sara R. Smith
- Chinese Culture In the Eyes of Yu Qiuyu -The Lost Landmarks of the North ('Yu qiu yu yan li de zhong guo wen hua--bei fang de yi ji', in traditional Chinese, NOT in English) by Qiuyu Yu
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