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William Martin • 39 Items / 18 Books, 21 Articles
Understand the Chinese (1935)
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    Eyes East (5 Reviews)
    The Great Wall Crumbles, by Grover Clark
    1. The Great Wall Crumbles by Grover Clark
    2. Sun Yat-Sen: His Life and Its Meaning by Lyon Sharman
    3. China's Story: In Myth, Legend, and Annals by William Elliot Griffis
    4. Understand the Chinese by William Martin
    5. Confucianism and Modern China by Reginald F. Johnston
    The New Republic, April 17, 1935, p. 291
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    The New Books (11 Reviews)
    Belles Lettres
    1. An Almanac for Moderns by Donald Culross Peattie
    2. Flying Girl by Elly Beinhorn
    3. Spy by Bernard Newman
    4. The Unknown Quantity by Hermann Broch
    5. The Elaghin Affair, and Other Stories by Ivan Bunin
    6. Satan Was a Man by Edward Hale Bierstadt
    7. Scotland by Robert S. Rait and George S. Pryde
    8. Understand the Chinese by William Martin
    9. Sea Lanes by Martin D. Stevers and Captain Jonas Pendlebury, ...
    10. Symphonic Masterpieces by Olin Downes
    11. Faiths Men Live By by John Clark Archer
    The Saturday Review, May 18, 1935, pp. 24-27
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    Some Recent Books on International Relations (14 Reviews)
    The Far East
    1. Problems of the Pacific, 1933 by Bruno Lasker and W.L. Holland
    2. Storm Clouds Over Asia by Robert S. Pickens
    3. Turkestan Reunion by Eleanor Holgate Lattimore
    4. China Year-Book by H.G.W. Woodhead
    5. Confucianism and Modern China by Reginald F. Johnston
    6. Understand the Chinese by William Martin
    7. Fundamental Laws of the Chinese Soviet Republic
    8. The Chinese Soviets by Victor A. Yakhontoff
    9. Suppressing Communist-Banditry in China by Liang-li Tang
    10. One's Company by Peter Fleming
    11. Manchoukuo Yearbook, 1934
    12. Japan's Advance by James A.B. Scherer
    13. Japan in Crisis by Harry Emerson Wildes
    14. Population Theories and Their Application by E.F. Penrose
    Foreign Affairs, January 1935, p. 357