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All About Shanghai and Environs. A Standard Guide Book. Historical and Contemporary Facts and Statistics. Shanghai, 1934.

Averill, Stephen .The Origins of the Futian Incident // New Perspectives on the Chinese Communist Revolution. Armonk, NY and London, 1995. P.79115.

Barnouin, Barbara and Yu Changgen.Ten Years of Turbulence. The Chinese Cultural Revolution. London and New York, 1993.

Becker, Jasper.Hungry Ghosts. China's Secret Famine. London, 1996.

Benton, Gregor.China's Urban Revolutionaries. Explorations in the History of Chinese Trotskyism. Atlantic Highlands, NJ, 1996.

Bernal, Martin.Chinese Socialism to 1907. Ithaca, 1976.

Bertram, James M.Crisis in China. The Story of the Sian Mutiny. London, 1937.

Bianco, Lucian.Peasants Without the Party. Grass-roots Movements in Twentieth-Century China. Armonk, NY and London, 2001.

Bing, Dov.Sneevliet and the Early Years of the CCP // The China Quarterly. 1971. No. 48. P.687695.

Bisson T. A.China's Part in a Coalition War // Far Eastern Survey. 1939. No. XII. P. 139.

Brothers in Arms. The Rise and Fall of the Sino-Soviet Alliance. 19451963. Stanford, Calif., 1998.

Byron, John and Pack, Robert.The Claws of the Dragon. Kang Sheng. The Evil Genius Behind Mao and His Legacy of Terror in People's China. New York, etc., 1992.

Carter, Peter.Mao. New York, 1980.

Chang Kuo-sin.Mao Tse-tung and His China. Hong Kong, 1978.

Chen, Jerome.Mao. Upper Saddle River, N.J., [1969].

Chen, Jerome.Mao and the Chinese Revolution. London, New York, [1970].

Chen Jian.China's Road to the Korean War. The Making of the Sino-American Confrontation. New York, 1994.

Chen Jian.A Crucial Step towards the Breakdown of the Sino-Soviet Alliance: The Withdrawal of Soviet Experts from China in July 1960 // Cold War International History Project Bulletin. 1996/1997. No. 89. P. 246, 249250.

Chen Jian.The Sino-Soviet Alliance and China's Entry into the Korean War // Cold War International History Project Working Paper 30 (August 2000).

Chen Jian and Yang Kuisong.Chinese Politics and the Collapse of the Sino-Soviet Alliance // Brothers in Arms. The Rise and Fall of the Sino-Soviet Alliance. 19451963. Stanford, Calif., 1998. P.246294.

China: A Cultural and Historical Dictionary. Richmond, Surrey, 1998.

Chow Tse-tsung.The May Fourth Movement: Intellectual Revolution in Modern China. Cambridge, Mass., 1960.

Cooper, Jerome.Lawyers in China and the Rule of Law // International Journal of the Legal Profession. 1999. Vol. VI. No. 1. P. 7189.

Courtois, Stephane et al.The Black Book of Communism: Crimes, Terror, Repression. Trans. Jonathon Murphy and Mark Kramer. Cambridge, Mass, 1999.

Davin, Delia.Mao Zedong. Gloucestershire, 1997.

Dittmer, Lowell.Liu Shao-ch'i and the Chinese Revolution. The Politics of Mass Criticism. Berkeley, Calif, etc., 1974.

Dong Wang.The Quarrelling Brothers: New Chinese Archives and a Reappraisal of the Sino-Soviet Split, 19591962 // CWIHP Working Paper No. 36 (April 2002). P.180.

Esherick, Joseph W.Reform and Revolution in China: the 1911 Revolutiuon in Hunan and Hubei. Berkeley, Calif, etc., London, 1976.

Erbaugh, Mary S.The Secret History of the Hakkas: The Chinese Revolution as a Hakka Enterprise // The China Quarterly. 1992. No. 132. P. 937968.

Fairbank, John King.The United States and China. Cambridge, Mass., t948.

Faligot, Roger and Kauffer, Re mi.The Chinese Secret Service. New York. 1989.

Feigon, Lee.Chen Duxiu. Founder of the Chinese Communist Party. Princeton, NJ, 1983.

Feigon, Lee.Mao. A Reinterpretation. Chicago, 2002.

Fenby, Jonathan.Chiang Kai-shek. China's Generalissimo and the Nation He Lost. New York, 2004.

Galbiali, Fernando.P'eng P'ai and the Hai-lu-feng Soviet. Stanford, CA, 1985.

Gao, Mobo F.Gao Village. A Portrait of Rural Life in Modern China. Honolulu, 1999.

Garver, John W.Chinese-Soviet Relations, 19371945: The Diplomacy of Chinese Nationalism. New York, 1988.

Geil, William Edgar.Eighteen Capitals of China. Philadelphia and London, 1911.

Goncharenko, Sergei.Sino-Soviet Military Cooperation // Brothers in Arms. The Rise and Fall of the Sino-Soviet Alliance. 19451963. Stanford, Calif, 1998. P.141164.

Goncharov, Sergei N., Lewis, John W., Xue Litai.Uncertain Partners: Stalin, Mao, and the Korean War. Stanford, Calif., 1993.

Hamilton, Nigel.Monty. Final Years of the Field-Marshal, 19441976. New York, etc., 1987.

Heinzig, Dieter.The Soviet Union and Communist China 19451950. The Arduous Road to the Alliance. Armonk, NY and London, 2004.

Hofheinz, Jr., Roy.The Broken Wave. The Chinese Communist Peasant Movement. Cambridge, Mass. and London, 1977.

Holubnychy, Lydia.Michael Borodin and the Chinese Revolution, 19231925. New York, 1979.

Hsiao Tso-liang.Power Relations Within the Chinese Communist Movement, 19301934. A Study of Documents. Seattle, 1967.

Jacobs, Dan N.Borodin. Stalin's Man in China. Cambridge, Mass. and London, 1981.

Jin Qiu.The Culture of Power. The Lin Biao Incident in the Cultural Revolution. Stanford, Calif, 1999.

Jordan, Donald A.China's Trial by Fire: The Shanghai War of 1932. Ann Arbor, MI, 2001.

Jung Chang and Halliday, Jon.Mao: The Unknown Story. London, 2005.

Karnow, Stanley.Mao and China. From Revolution to Revolution. New York, [1972].

Karnow, Stanley.Mao and China. A Legacy of Turmoil. 3rd ed., rev. and updated. New York, 1990.

Kerry, Tom.The Mao Myth and the Legacy of Stalinism in China. New York, 1977.

Klein, Donald and Clark, Anne.Biographic Dictionary of Chinese Communism. 19211969: 2 vols. Cambridge, Mass., 1971.

Kolpas, Norman.Mao. New York, 1981.

Lawrance, Alan.Mao Zedong. A Bibliography. New York, etc., 1991.

Lee, Frederic E.Currency, Banking, and Finance in China. Washington, 1926.

Levesque, Leonard.Hakka Beliefs and Customs. Taichung, 1969.

Li, Hua-Yu.Stalin's Short Courseand Mao's Socialist Economic Transformation of China in the Early 1950 // Russian History. Vol. 29. No. 24 (Summer-Fall-Winter 2002). P.357376.

Li Jul.The Early Revolutionary Activities of Comrade Mao Tse-tung. White Planes, NY, 1977.

Litten, Frederick S.The Noulens Affair // The China Quarterly. 1994. No. 138. P.492512.

Liu Guokai.A Brief Analysis of the Cultural Revolution. Armonk, NY, 1987.

Lynch, Michael.Mao. London, New York, 2004.

McDonald, Jr., Angus W.The Urban Origins of Rural Revolution. Elites and the Masses in Hunan Province, China, 19111927. Berkeley, Calif, etc., 1978.

McFarquhar, Roderick.The Hundred Flowers Campaign and the Chinese Intellectuals. New York, 1974.

McFarquhar, Roderick.The Origins of the Cultural Revolution. 2. The Great Leap Forward 19581960. New York, 1983.

McFarquhar, Roderick.The Origins of the Cultural Revolution. 3. The Coming of the Cataclysm 19611966. New York, 1983.

McKinnon, Janice R., McKinnon, Stephen R.Agnes Smedley. The Life and Times of an American Radical. Berkeley, Calif., etc., 1988.

Meisner, Maurice.Li Ta-chao and the Origins of Chinese Marxism. New York, 1979.

Meisner, Maurice.Mao's China and After. A History of the People's RepubUc. 3 rded. New York, 1999.

Meliksetov, Arlen and Pantsov, Alexander.Stalinization of the People's Republic of China // Realms of Freedom in Modern China. Stanford, Calif., 2003. P.198233.

Moss, George Donelson.Vietnam. An American Ordeal. 6* ed. Upper Saddle River, NJ, 2006.

Miiller, Reinhard.Der Fall des Antikomintern-Blocks ein vierter Moskauer Schauprozep // Jahrbuch fiir Historische Kommunismusforschung. 1996.

Murray, Brian.Stalin, the Cold War, and the Division of China: A Multi-Archival Mystery // Cold War International History Project Working Paper No. 12 (June 1995).

New Perspectives on the Chinese Communist Revolution. Armonk, NY and London, 1995.

Niu Jun.The Origins of the Sino-Soviet Alliance // Brothers in Arms. The Rise and Fall of the Sino-Soviet Alliance. 19451963. Stanford, Calif, 1998. P.4789.

North, Robert Moscow and Chinese Communists. Stanford, Calif., 1953.

Pan Ling.In Search of Old Shanghai. Hong Kong, 1983.

Pantsov, Alexander.Chen Duxiu (18791942) // Collier's Encyclopedia. Vol. 6. New York, 1996. P.180180A.

Pantsov, Alexander and Benton, Gregor.Did Trotsky Oppose Entering the Guomindang From the First? // Republican China. 1994. Vol. XIX. No. 2 (April). P.5266.

Pantsov, Alexander and Levine, Steven I.Chinese Comintern Activists: An Analytic Biographic Dictionary (manuscript).

Payne, Robert.Portrait of a Revolutionary: Mao Tse-tung. London, New York, Toronto, 1961.

Perry, Elizabeth J.Shanghai's Strike Wave of 1957 // The China Quarterly. 1994. No. 137 (March). P.127.

The Politics of Agricultural Cooperation in China: Mao, Deng Zihui and the High Tide of 1955. Armonk, NY and London, 1993.

The Population of Modern China. New York, 1992.

Prozumeschikov M. Y.The Sino-Soviet Conflict, the Cuban Missile Crisis, and the Sino-Soviet Split, October 1962: New Evidence from the Russian Archives // Cold War International History Project Bulletin. 1996/1997. No. 8, 9. P.251257.

Rethinking the Cultural Revolution. Beijing, 1987.

Ristaino, Marcia R.China's Art of Revolution. The Mobilization of Discontent, 1927 and 1928. Durham, NC, 1987.

Rue, John E.Mao Tse-tung in Opposition. 19271935. Stanford, Calif, 1966.

Rule, Paul.Mao Zedong. St. Lucia, Lawrence, Mass., 1984.

Schram, Stuart.Mao Tse-tung. Harmondsworth, 1974.

Schram Stuart R.Mao Zedong. A Preliminary Reassessment. Hong Kong, 1983.

Schwartz, Benjamin.The Legend of the Legend of 'Maoism' // The China Quarterly. 1960. No. 2 (April-June). P.3542.

Schwartz, Benjamin I.Chinese Communism and the Rise of Mao. Cambridge, Mass., 1951.

Sergeant, Harriet.Shanghai. London, 1991.

Shaffer, Lynda.Mao and the Workers: The Hunan Labor Movement, 19201923. Armonk, NY, 1982.

Shapiro, Sidney.Ma Haide. The Saga of American Doctor George Hatem in China. Beijing, 2004.

Shewmaker, Kenneth E.Americans and Chinese Communists, 19271945. Ithaca and London, 1971.

Short, Philip.Mao. A Life. New York, 1999.

Shu Guang Zhang.Between Paper and Real Tigers: Mao's View of Nuclear Weapons // Cold War Statesmen Confront the Bomb. Nuclear diplomacy Since 1945. New York, 1999. P. 194215.

Shu Guang Zhang.Sino-Soviet Economic Cooperation // Brothers in Arms. The Rise and Fall of the Sino-Soviet Alliance. 19451963. Stanford, Calif., 1998. P.189225.

Spence, Jonathan D.Mao Zedong. New York, 1999.

Spence, Jonathan D.The Search for Modern China. 2 nded. New York, 1999.

Starkov, Boris A.The Trial That Was Not Held // Europe-Asia Studies.1994. Vol. 46. No. 8. P.12971316.

Strand, David.Rickshaw Beijing. City People and Politics in the 1920s. Berkeley, Calif., etc., 1989.

Teiwes, Frederick Politics and Purges in China. Rectification and the Decline of Party Norms, 19501965. 2 nded. Armonk, NY and London, 1993.

Teiwes, Frederick Politics at Mao's Court: Gao Gang and Party Factionalism. Armonk, NY, 1990.

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Terrill, Ross.Madam Mao. The White-boned Demon. Rev. ed. Stanford, Calif., 1999.

Terrill, Ross.Mao. A Biography. Stanford, Calif, 1999.

Thomas, S. Bernard.Season of High Adventure. Edgar Snow in China. Berkeley, Calif., etc., 1996.

Ven, Hans Van de.From Friend to Comrade. The Founding of the Chinese Communist Party, 19201927. Berkeley, Calif., etc., 1991.

Wakeman, Jr., Frederic.Policing Shanghai 19271937, Berkeley, Calif., etc., 1995.

Wedeman, Andrew Hall.The East Wind Subsides. Chinese Foreign Policy and the Origins of the Cultural Revolution. Washington, D.C., 1988.

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Westad, Odd Arne.Fighting for Friendship: Mao, Stalin, and the Sino-Soviet Treaty of 1950 // Cold War International History Project Bulletin. 1996/1997. No. 89. P.224236.

Wittfogel, Karl A.The Legend of Maoism // The China Quarterly. 1960. No. 1 (January-March). P. 7286; No. 2 (April-June). P.1633.

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Yen Chia-chi, Kao Kao.The Ten-Year History of the Chinese Cultural Revolution. Taipei, 1988.

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