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(Note: This book is not described in full depth and detail but is just explained in a very general way, therefore Mahmoud Abdelkader uses The Modernization of China by Gilbert Rozman (Editor) excerpts to support his views)
The book China Since 1945, written by author Stewart Ross, opens in a description of the Chinese Empire in the 1900's.There it describes the terrain of the Chinese lands and thoroughly states the fact of having the Great Wall of China to keep out the barbarians at 221 B.C.The author uses a very admiring tone of the Chinese Empire and seems to think it's one of the very few best empires that have ever formed.In fact, Rozman states,' …the cultural and scientific achievements of the Chinese had been immense, including the invention of paper, printing and gunpowder, and the creation of the most exquisite paintings and by most "Empire Critics" China was one of the best Civilizations around.
The author starts the book by Revolution and disintegration incident that happened in 1911, where the British and Japanese fought over control of China.Chinese prisoners were being led away for execution during the revolution where they would be beheaded with swords, which the author states is very popular.It mentions the presidency of Sun Yatsen and his reforms which he could not control that he made himself in 1912.Around this time, "warlords" took over China controlling it and ruining its economy.The author moves on to war that involved China and its neighbors.It describes the Communist Revolution and Mao Zedong, an the "Autumn Harvest." The author then relates to Mao's victory in 1945-1949 and the Japanese forces pulling out.
The author's view toward Chinese views is very critical and then goes to analysis of the bo