Through the Chinese Revolution. Second impression.
London: Spalding & Levy Ltd., 1954. Hardcover. 216p., tidy little hardbound with no illustrations (lacks jacket, which may have been pictorial), textured buff boards gilt, spine-titling dim, otherwise sound, clean and unmarked. A friendly little book by persons, originally ecclesiastical and missionary, who traveled with the revolutionary armies in the thirties, and really liked the Chinese.
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