F. W. Cheshire, 1941, Hardcover (Original Cloth), Book Condition: Very Good Condition, Dust Jacket Condition: Good, First Edition
XVIII, 158, last blank, introduction by R. M. Crawford, the dollar terms, foreword by Chun Jien Pao, Chinese Consul-General, list of illustrations. Black and white photographic frontispiece, showing Chinese troops on the Great Wall of China. Within the text there are 23 black and white photographs. Grey coloured boards with blue writing and illustration on front panel and blue writing on spine. Corners of the book slightly rubbed and there is shelf wear evident to the bottom edges of book and the top and bottom of spine are bumped and soft. Plain text dustwrapper, with blue and yellow background and red and black writing on front panel and black on spine. Corners of the dustwrapper slightly bumped and there is little creasing and chipping to the top and bottom edges of the dustwrapper. Grubby marks to the dustwrapper and there is a crease running along the dustwrapper halfway down the book, incorporating the whole dustwrapper. A book that was published in 1941 describing Australian and Chinese relations on the Chinese point of view -- "...the basic facts of Chinese policy and Chinese philosophy, without which many problems relating to China are unintelligible. He examines the history and prospects of the Sino-Japanese war. He discusses calmly, but without under rating its gravity, the Pacific situation and the trade and political relations between China and Australia, giving back up to date, and outline the tasks which lie ahead.". Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Please refer to accompanying picture (s). Quantity Available: 1. Category: History; History -- Australia; Politics ; Australia; Inventory No: 0100874.