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Ali, Ahmed. 1949. Muslim China. Karachi: Pakistan Institute of International Affairs.

Ambolt, N. 1939. Karavan: Travels in Eastern Turkestan. London and Glasgow: Blackie & Son.

Allworth, E. ed. 1967. Central Asia: A Century of Russian Rule. NY: Columbia University.

Alp, Tekin. 1917. The Turkish and Pan-Turkish Ideal. London: Admiralty War Staff, Intelligence Division (translation).

Anon. 1933.4.27. “Muslim Revolt in Chinese Turkestan,” The Times (London).
-----. 1933.5.25. “The Rising in Chinese Turkestan,” The Times.
-----. 1933.7.8. “Chinese Turkestan Revolt: New Rebel Leader’s Intervention,” The Times.
-----. 1934.2.7. “Chinese Turkestan and Autonomy,” The Times.
-----. 1938.1.5. “Rebellion in Sinkiang: The Tunggans Lose Kashgar,” The Times.
-----. 1939.3.25. “Anti-British Move in Sinkiang: Traders Ordered to Leave,” The Times.
-----. 1939.6.2. “British Indians from Sinkiang: Refugees Reach Gilgit,” The Times.
-----. 1944. “The Story of Sinkiang,” Ameriasia, 15 Dec. 1944: 357-360.
-----. 1944. “Kazakh Rebellion in Sinkiang,” Ameriasia, 29 Dec. 1944: 371.
-----. 1965. “Death of Sinkiang Refugee Leader,” CAR, vol. 8, no. 3: 281.
-----. 1967. “The Evolution of Minority Nationality Regional Autonomy in Sinkiang,” CAR, vol. 15, no. 3: 232-237.

Bacon, E. 1947. “Soviet Policy in Turkestan,” MEJ 1: 386-400.
-----. 1966. Central Asians Under Russian Rule. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University.

Barmine, A. 1945. One Who Survived. NY: Putnan’s Sons.

Barnett, A. D. 1963. China on the Eve of the Communist Takeover. NY: Frederick A. Praeger.

Bailey, F. M. 1945. Mission to Tashkent. London: Jonathan Cape.

Bailey, Lt-Col. F. M. 1946. Mission to Tashkent. London: Jonathan Cape.

Bawden, C. R. 1968. The Modern History of Mongolia. London: Weidenfeld and Nicolson.

Beloff, M. 1953. Soviet Policy in the Far East 1944-1951. London: Oxford University.
-----. 1966. The Foreign Policy of Soviet Russia 1929 – 1941, 2.vols. Oxford: Oxford University.

Benson, L. 1987. “Comments on ‘Uyghur Elites’,” CAS 6-4: 93-99.
-----. 1988. “Osman Batur: The Kazak’s Golden Legend,” in Benson and
Svanberg (eds). The Kazaks of China: Essays on an Ethnic Minority. Uppsala: Almqvist & Wiksell International: 141-188.
-----. 1990. The Ili Rebellion: The Moslem Challenge to Chinese Authority in Xinjiang 1944 – 1949. NY: Sharpe.

Berton, P. (comp) 1959. Soviet Works on China: A Bibliography of Non-periodical Literature, 1946 – 1955. Los Angeles: USC Press.
-----, and Wu, E. 1967. Contemporary China: A Research Guide. Stanford: Stanford University.

Bessac, F. 1963. Culture Types of Northern and Western China,” Ph.D. dissertation, University of Wisconsin.
-----. 1965. “Revolution and Government in Inner Mongolia: 1945-50,” Papers of the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts and Letters 1: 415-29.

Black, J. L. 1986. Origins, Evolution, and Nature of the Cold War: An Annotated Bibliographic Guide. Santa Barbara: ABC CLIO Information Services.

Bridges, F. 1945.7. “Dynamite in Sinkiang,” CH 11:40-45.

Bodde, Derck. 1946.10. “Chinese Muslims in Occupied Areas,” Far Eastern Survey 20-21: 330-33.

Boorman, H. L. (ed). 1970. Bibliographical Dictionary of Republican China, 4 vols. NY: Columbia University.

“The Borderlands of Soviet Central Asia: Sinkiang,” Central Asian Review, 5,2 1957: 144-157; 6,1 1958: 76-88; 10,3 1962: 271-76.

Borisov, O.B and Koloskov, B. T. 1975. Soviet Chinese Relations 1945-1970. London: Indiana University Press.

Bridges, F. 1945.7. “Dynamite in Sinkiang,” CH 11:40-45.
Cartographic Publishing House (comp.). 1981. Map of the People’s Republic of China. Beijing.

Brugger, Bill. 1981. China: Liberation and Transformation 1942-62. London: Croom Helm.

Calvocoressi, P. 1953. Survey of International Affairs 1949 – 1950. London: Royal Institute of International Affairs.

Caroe, O. 1967. Soviet Empire: The Turks of Central Asia and Stalinism. NY: Macmillan.

Chan, F. G. 1965. “Sinkiang Under Sheng Shih-ts’ai, 1933 – 1944,” MA thesis, University of Hong Kong.
-----. (ed). 1980. China at the Crossroads: Nationalists and Communists, 1927 – 1949. Boulder: Westview.

Cable, M. 1938. “The New ‘New Dominion’,” JRCAS 35-1: 9-21.

Central Asian Research Center. 1957 – 1960. Bibliography of Recent Soviet Source Material on Soviet Central Asia and Borderlands, 8 vols. London: Asian Research Center.

Chan, F. G. 1969.7. “The Road to Power: Sheng Shih-t’sai’s Easrly Years in Sinkiang 1930 – 1934,” JOS 7-2: 224-260.
-----. ? “Sheng Shih-t’sai’s Reform Program in Sinkiang: Idealism or Opportunism?” JMHI 12.
-----. 1980. “Regionalism and Central Power: Sheng Shih-t’sai in Sinkiang, 1933-1944,” in Chan (ed). 1980. China and the Crossroads: Nationalists and Communists, 1927-1949. Boulder: Westview: 127-150.

Chang, Chih-chung. 1947. “Dilemma in Sinkiang,” PA 20-4:422-449.

Chang, Haji Yusuf (Chang Chao-li), 1960. “A Bibliographical Study of the Islam in China,” MA thesis, McGill University, Montreal.

Chen, J. 1977. The Sinkiang Story. NY: Macmillan.

Chiang Chung-cheng (Jang Keyxi). 1070. Soviet Russia in China: A Summing-up at Seventy. NY: Macmillan.

Chiang Kai-shek. Soviet Russia in China. New York: Farrar, Straus & Ludahy, 1957.
-----. 1937-45. President Chiang Kai-shek’s Selected Speeches and Massagess. Taibei: China Cultural Service, n.d.
-----. 1953. China’s Destiny. Translated by Wang Chung-hui. Taibei: China Cultural Service, n.d.

China Handbook Editorial Board. 1937-43. China Handbook. Taibei: China Publishing Co.
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Chu Chi-hsien. 1979. “Sino-Soviet Conflict in Turkistan,” MA thesis, Northeast Missouri State University.

Clark, L. 1955. The Marching Wind. London: Hutchinson.

Clark, M. J. 1954.11. “How the Kazakhs Fled to Freedom,” NGM 6-5: 621-644.
Clubb, O. E. 1966. Twentieth Century China. NY: Columbia University.

------. 1971. China and Russia: The ‘Great Game’. NY: Columbia University.

Conolly, V. 1933. Soviet Economic Policy in the East. London: Oxford University.

Cotton, J. 1989. Asian Frontier Nationalism: Owen Lattimore and the American Policy Debate. Manchester: Manchester University.

Czaplicka, M. A. 1918. The Turks of Central Asia in History and at the Present Day. London: Curzon.

Dabbs, J. A. 1963. History of the Discovery and Exploration of Chinese Turkestan. The Hague: Mouton.

Dallin, D. J. 1948. Soviet Russian and the Far East. New Haven: Yale University.
-----. 1950. The Rise of Russia in Asia. London: Hollis and Carter.

Davidson, B. 1957. Trukestan Alive: New Travels in Chinese Central Asia. London: Jonathan.
Davidson-Houston, J. V. 1960. Russian and China. London: Robert Hale.

David D. Wang. 1999. The Yining Incident: Under the Soviet Shadow – Ethnic Conflicts and International Rivalry in Xinjiang, 1944-1949. Hong Kong: The Chinese University.

Djilas, M. 1962. Conversation with Stalin. Harmondsworth: Penguin.

Dockrill, M. L. 1988. Cold War 1945 – 1963. Basingstoke: McMillan Education.

Dreyer, J. T. 1976. China’s Forty Millions: Minority Nationalities and National Integration in the People’s Republic of China. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University.

Edyshyn, O. S. 1957.4. “Soviet Retreat in Sinkiang?” ASEER 16-2: 127-145.

Ekvall, R. B. 1939. Cultural Relations on the Kansu-Tibetan Border. Chicago: University of Chicago.

Fairbank, J. K (ed). 1986. The Cambridge History of China, vol. 12, Republican China 1912 – 1949. Cambridge: Cambridge University.

Feis, H. 1953. The China Tangle: The American Effort in China from Pearl

Harbor to the Marshall Mission. Princeton: Princeton University.

Filchner, J. 1938. “Central Asia,” JRCAS 25-3:368-384.

Fleming, P. News From Tartary, A Journey from Peking to Kashmir. London: Jonathan Cape.

Forbes, A. D. W. 1976. “The Muslim Nationalities in China,” Religion 6-1: 67-87.
-----. 1984. “Ma Chung-ying,” The Encyclopedia of Islam, 5: 844-847.
-----. 1986. Warlords and Muslims in Chinese Central Asia: A Political History of Republican Sinkiang, 1911 – 1949. Cambridge: Cambridge University.

Forman, H. 1948. “China’s Moslemia,” CGJ 27-9: 134-143.

Franklin, Lawrence Anthony, 1978. “The Chinese Response to British and Russian Encroachment in Northwest China,” Ph.D. thesis, New York University.

Fullard, H. (ed). 1968. China in Maps. London: Philip.

Garthoff, R. L. 1966. Sino-Sovet Millitary Relations. NY: Praeger.

Goodman, D. S. (ed). 1990. China and the West: Ideas and Activists. Manchester: Manchester University.

Gokalp, Ziya. 1968. The Priciples of Turkistan. Trns. Devereux R. Leiden: Brill.
Hai, Badruddin Wee-liang. 1956. “Muslim Minority in China,” MA thesis, Columbia University.

Hammond, T. T. (comp. & ed). 1965. Soviet Foreign Relations and World Communism: A Selected Annotated Bibliograhy. Princeton: Princeton University.
Harris, G. K. 1946. “Northwest China: A Challenge for Today,” MW 36: 228-235.

Hasiotis, A. C. Jr. 1987. Soviet Political, Economic, and Military Involvement in Sinkiang from 1928 to 1949. NY: Garland.

Holdsworth, M. 1952.1. “Soviet Central Asia 1917-1940,” SS 3-3: 258-277.

Hoover, L. 1938. “China’s Muslims Must Choose,” Asia 38:657-660.
-----. 1938. “China’s Muslims Tough,” Asia 38: 719-722.

Hoppe, T. 1983. Xinjiang – Eine Arbaitsbibliographie, Xinjiang, Volksrepublik China und angrenzend Gebiete Zentralasiens – Geographie, Geschichte,

Landnutzung, Ethnien, Wuesten. Munich.
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Hostler, C. W. 1957. Turkistan and the Soviets. London: George Allen & Unwin.

Hu Huangyun and Tung Qingkang. 1943. Books and Articles on Sinkiang in Western Languages. Chungqin: National Central University, 1943.

Hudson, E. 1938. Kazakh Social Structure. New Haven: Yale University.

Hundsberger, M. R. 1978. “Ma Pu-fang in Chinghai Province 1931-1949,” Ph.D. dissertation, Temple University.

Israeli, R. 1980. Muslims in China: A Study in Cultural Confrontation. Copenhagen: Scandinavian Institute of Asian Studies.

Jackson, W. A. D. 1962. Russo-Chinese Borderlands. New York: Van Nostrand.

Jaffe, Philip. 1945. New Frontiers in Asia – A Challenge to the West. New York: Knopf.

Jakimetz, Gennady Nichola. 1981. “An Interpreatation of Czarist-Communist Economic-Political Policy in Sinkiang with Emphasis on the years 1851-1955,” MA thesis, University of Nevada.

Jukes, G. 1972. The Development of Soviet Strategic Thinking since 1945. Canberra: ANU.

Kamal, A. 1940. Land Without Laughter. NY: Charles Scribner’s Son.

Kao Han-jen. 1960. The Imam’s Story. Hong Kong: Green Pagoda.

Kerner, R. J. 1939. Northeastern Asia: A Selected Bibliography, 2. Vols. Berkeley: University of California.

Klein, D. W. and Clark, A. B. 1971. Bibliographic Dictionary of Chinese Communism, 1921 – 1966, vols. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University.

Krader, L. 1963. Social Organization of the Mongol-Turkic Pastoral Nomads.

Krist, G. 1939. Alone Through the Forbidden Land. London: Readers Union.

Ku, C. C. 1938-39. “Economic Development of China’s Northwest,” China Quarterly (Shanghai) 4: 287-97.

Lamb, A. 1968. Asian Frontiers: Studies in a Continuing Problem. London: Pall Mall.

Lattimore, E. 1944.5.3. “Behind Sinkiang Incident,” FES: 78-81.
-----. 1944. “Sinkiang’s Place in the Future of China,” in Norins, E. “Sinkiang: Gateway to Asia”: 9-21.
-----. 1945.4.11. “Report on Sinkiang,” FES 14-7: 77-79.

Lattimore, O. 1945. Solution in Asia. Boston: Little Brown & Co.
-----. 1950. Pivot of Asia: Sinkiang and the Inner Asian Frontier of China. Boston: Little Brown & Co.
-----. 1962. Inner Asian Frontiers of China. Boston: Beacon.
-----. 1962. Nomads and Commissars. NY: Oxford University.
-----. 1962. Studies in Frontier History. London: Oxford University.

Lee Fu-Hsiang. 1973. “The Turkic-Moslem Problem in Sinkiang: A Case Study of the Chinese Communists’ Nationality Policy,” Ph.D. thesis, Rutgers University.

Lahiri, A. 1950.12. “Communist New Deal in Sinkiang,” UA 3-3: 141-148.

Li, Chang. 1954. “The Soviet Grip on Sinkiang,” Foreign Affairs 32: 491-503.

Liberman, H. R. 1949.2.1. “Nanking is seeking a Deal with Sovdiet,” NYT.
-----. 1950. “China versus Russia in Sinkiang (a Problem in Sino-Soviet Border Area ‘Attachment”),” MA thesis, Columbia Univesity.

Lindbeck, J, N. 1950.10. “Communism, Islam and Nationalism in China,” RP 12-4: 473-488.

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Pratt, M. S. 1962. “Japanese Materials on Islam in China: A Selected Bibliography,” MA thesis, Georgetown University.

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-----. 1938. Turkistan Solo. London: Heinemann.

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-----. 1948.7. “Sinkiang Today,” International Affairs, 24-3: 366-386.
-----. 1948. “The New Dominion,” JRCAS 35: 131-143.

McMillen, D. H. 1977. Chinese Communist Power and Policy in Xinjiang, 1949 – 1977. Boulder: Westview.

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Morrison, I. 1949. “Some Notes on the Kazakhs of Sinkiang,” JRCAS 36-1: 67-71.

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Sylvester, George H. 1956. “Sino-Soviet Contacts in Sinkiang Since 1930: A

Study of Border Zone in Transition,” MA thesis, Georgetown University.

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