Communism Takes China: How the Revolution Went Red download epub
by Charles Patrick Fitzgerald
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Charles Patrick Fitzgerald (better known as C. P. Fitzgerald) (5 March 1902 – 13 April 1992) was a British historian and author. He was a professor of East Asian studies with particular focus on China. Fitzgerald was born in London, England. His parents were Dr. Hans Sauer, a South African from Cape Town. and his Irish-born wife Cecile Josephine, née Fitzpatrick.
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Published 1971 by . Bibliography: p. Series. Library of the 20th century.
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Historian: Charles Patrick Fitzgerald . Nationality: British, later resided in China and Australia. Fitzgerald’s residency in China during the Warlord, Nationalist and Civil War periods gave him a unique perspective on these turbulent periods and the developing revolution. According to his daughters, what he had to say about the Chinese Revolution was not always what most Australians wanted to hear. Those interested in how and why viewpoints are formed, and how personal experience and context contribute to the forming of these viewpoints, will find value in his work.