Correspondence, writings, notes, and printed matter relating to political and social conditions in China during the 1930s,
the Communist movement in China in the 1930s, and the Sino-Japanese War.
Norman David Hanwell was a China scholar whose research interests included Chinese Communism, guerilla warfare, Chinese villages,
Sino-Japanese relations, and Japanese aggressions in China in the 1930s. His articles appeared in publications such as the
Christian Science Monitor,
Asia Magazine, and
4 manuscript boxes
(1.6 linear feet)
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The collection is open for research.