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The Soong sisters, by Emily Hahn.

By: Hahn, Emily, 1905-1997.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: New York, Doubleday, Doran & Co., Inc., 1941Description: xxi p., 1 leaf, 349 p. frontispiece, ports. 24 cm.Subject(s): Soong, Ai-ling, 1890-1973 | Song, Qingling, 1893-1981 | Chiang, May-ling Soong, 1897-2003 | China -- History -- 20th century | China -- Politics and government -- 1900-1949Additional physical formats: Online version:: Soong sisters.DDC classification: 920.7
Partial contents:
Charlie Soong gets an American education -- Shanghai in 1890 -- Charlie Soong's family -- Boxer rebellion days -- Charlie Soong's daughters get an American education -- Charlie Soong, Revolutionist -- China in 1910 -- The Revolution -- Eling's marriage -- Chingling weds her hero -- Mayling comes home -- Death of a leader -- Chiang breaks with Moscow -- The Generalissimo takes a wife -- Victory for Chiang -- Rebels and Reds -- Eling gets a taste of public life -- New life movement -- Chiangs see China's Northwest -- Chiang is kidnaped -- Generalissimo refuses to discuss terms -- Chiang's release -- Chinese unity -- At war with Japan -- Eling and Mayling plunge in -- Attitudes toward war -- Mayling aroused -- Industrial co-operatives -- Retreat from Hankow -- Digging in a Chungking -- Air raids and orphans -- Reunion under fire -- Appraisal.
Action note: commitment to retain 20151208Summary: Biographies of Mme. Sun, Mme. Chiang, and Mme. Kung.
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Book: Standard Hewitson Library, Presbyterian Research Centre
England Collection DS778.A1 H34 1941 (Browse shelf) Available 20-253

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Charlie Soong gets an American education -- Shanghai in 1890 -- Charlie Soong's family -- Boxer rebellion days -- Charlie Soong's daughters get an American education -- Charlie Soong, Revolutionist -- China in 1910 -- The Revolution -- Eling's marriage -- Chingling weds her hero -- Mayling comes home -- Death of a leader -- Chiang breaks with Moscow -- The Generalissimo takes a wife -- Victory for Chiang -- Rebels and Reds -- Eling gets a taste of public life -- New life movement -- Chiangs see China's Northwest -- Chiang is kidnaped -- Generalissimo refuses to discuss terms -- Chiang's release -- Chinese unity -- At war with Japan -- Eling and Mayling plunge in -- Attitudes toward war -- Mayling aroused -- Industrial co-operatives -- Retreat from Hankow -- Digging in a Chungking -- Air raids and orphans -- Reunion under fire -- Appraisal.

Biographies of Mme. Sun, Mme. Chiang, and Mme. Kung.

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