Hugh Dean East Asian Pamphlet Collection


Hugh Dean East Asian Pamphlet Collection


The Hugh Dean Collection consists of East Asian pamphlets, most relating to China during the 1930s, 40s, and 50s. Each pamphlet is downloadable as a PDF file, and full text searchable. The collection also includes a series of postcard views of historic sites in Japan.

Items in the Hugh Dean East Asian Pamphlet Collection Collection

A history of the Chinese Communist Party from its birth to the formation of the Second United Front.

Key books ; no. 14. An overview of Chinese-Japanese relations.

The major part of this pamphlet was first published in a series of eight articles in the Daily Worker (Nov. 25 to Dec. 2, 1929)

A pamphlet by Frederick Vanderbilt Field describing relations between the Kuomintang and the Chinese Communist Party during the Chinese Revolution, the Sino-Japanese war, and the need for American support of a democratic China.

International pamphlets ; no. 19. Ray Stewart describes the early years of the Sino-Japanese War and takes a critical look at US involvement.

Reprinted from Amerasia, June, 1947.