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by Yat-Sen Sun,Pasquale M. D' Elia
Author: Yat-Sen Sun,Pasquale M. D' Elia
Publisher: Ams Pr Inc (June 1, 1931)
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Hardcover, 1 Jun 1931.
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d'Elia, Paschal . S. The Triple Demism of Sun Yat-sen, Wuchang, 1931. A translation of the French version. Sun Yat-sen's first book in English. Expresses his Christian, modernist, anti-Manchu at. How China was Made a Republic, Shanghai, 1919. Hsu, Leonard Shihlien; Sun Yat-sen, His Political and Social Ideals, Los Angeles, 1933. The most complete selection of the do. sembled his materials remarkably well. A short autobiography of Sun Yat-sen; see note in Preface. The International Development of China, New York and London, 1929.
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Sun Yat-Sen Sun Yat-Sen was born into a family of poor farmers. He was a student at a british missionary school for three years and went an american school for a year after that
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Sun Yat-sen played many rôles in the history of his times. He was one of those dramatic and somewhat formidable figures who engage the world's attention at the very outset of their careers
Sun Yat-sen played many rôles in the history of his times. He was one of those dramatic and somewhat formidable figures who engage the world's attention at the very outset of their careers. In the late years of the nineteenth century, he was already winning some renown in the West; it was picturesque that a Cantonese, a Christian physician, should engage in desperate conspiracies against the Manchu throne. Sun became known as a political adventurer, a forerunner, as it were, of such mutually dissimilar personages as Trotsky, Lawrence, and Major-General Doihara