Bandits in Republican China
A study of banditry in Republican China, describing the cycles whereby banditry spread from the impoverished margins (geographically and socially) of late Qing society into entire provinces by the 1920s.
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A Case Study of Henan Province
Who Became a Bandit?
The Creation and Organization of
Bandit Lives and Perspectives
China Becomes a Bandits World
Bandits and the Revolutionary
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