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Mongolian short stories, (Western Washington State College, Program in East Asian Studies. Occasional paper, no. 8) ebook

by Henry G Schwarz


Mongolian Short Stories. Bellingham: Western Washington State College, 1974. xxv, 179 pp. Biographical Sketches, Notes, Glossary.

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Mongolia, with less than a million inhabitants, was considered a breakaway province of the Republic of China by most nations.

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Professor Henry G. Schwarz taught Mongolian and modern Chinese history in the Center for East Asian Studies. of Western Washington University from 1969 until his retirement at the end of 1993. The focus of his scholarly attention. over the past fifty years has been the Mongols and Uyghurs, as reflected in many of his publications, including. his books Leadership Patterns in China's Frontier Regions (1964); China: Three Facets of a Giant.

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