Chinese Ways of Warfare
Kierman, Frank A. Jr. and John K. Fairbank editors

Cambridge Harvard University Press 1974 First edition Octavo (standard size). Slight wear to edges and corners of boards, more so to dust jacket. 401 p. w/ endnotes, glossary, a couple maps, index. An overview of early Chinese warfare, with emphasis on an number of different campaigns in different periods: Han Wu-Ti of the first century BC, the Huai-hsi campaign 815 AD, the Poyang campaign in 1363 AD, the T'u-mu incident of 1449, and the campaign against the Hsu-Hai in 1556. Very good Hardcover (Item ID: 16771)


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