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Posted: January 31st, 2018 | 3 Comments »

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  1. 1 Mr. Gary CHIN said at 9:52 pm on April 20th, 2018:

    Hi All;

    Is it possible for me acquire an original copy of; With the Chinks; By Daryl Klein.

    It is definitive proof that the Western Establishment knew all along that they had massive help from the Chinese; but covered it up during and after the Great War.

    There was also a very useful publication in the early eighties on the CLC.

    That too was a Private Publication.

    The definitive is now of course the book by:
    Gregory James.
    From: Bayview Educational.

  2. 2 paul French said at 7:13 am on April 21st, 2018:

    Gary – Abe or one of the other second hand book dealers should have a copy of Klein’s book or there is the recent reprint from the Imperial War Museum in London. The two other excellent books on the CLC are those by Xu Guoqi, Strangers on the Western Front (Hardvard Uni Press) and Mark O’Neill in the Penguin China ‘China and WW1’ series – Mark wrote two short books – one on the CLC in Europe and the other on the much less known subject of the Chinese who went to work for the Russians in WW1

  3. 3 Gary CHIN said at 11:08 pm on April 2nd, 2019:

    Hi; Mr. Paul French;

    Thanks for the tip about” Kleins” book.
    I know it is available in e-form with
    Cornel University.
    I have perused it many times!

    And the tip about Xu and O’Neil.
    I am aware of them as well…

    To return the favour here is something even earlier by a Capt. Barnes.

    Also; a reprint: (e-form available Now!)

    On Active Service With The Chinese Regiment; A Record Of The Operations
    Of The First Chinese Regiment In North
    China From March To October 1900.

    By: Captain. A. A. S. Barnes.

    This is the E-link.



    Are U aware of the Early Eighties Private Publication, about the C.L.C.
    Practically all in Black and a Paperback to boot!

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