Jack Belden, Theodore White and american journalism in China during the Second world war

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This article analyses China reporting by two American journalists, Jack Belden and Theodore White. They widely travelled there, and witnessed key events and personalities of Republican China's War of Resistance against Japan (1937-1945). Their coverage of American efforts in China reflected an uneasy relationship between two wartime allies.

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V V Zatsepine

Hong Kong University

Email: vic.victorious@gmail.com
Кафедра истории; Университет Гонконга; Hong Kong University


Copyright (c) 2012 Зацепин В.В.

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