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Oral history interview with Shi Jingting, circa 1962

Creator: Shi, Jingting, 1884-
Project: Academia Sinica oral history collection.
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Phys. Desc. :Transcript: 81 pages
Location: Columbia Center for Oral History
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Biographical Note

Shi Jingting was born in Shantung and was a commander Feng Yuxiang's Northwest Army, until its defeat in 1930. From 1932-1937, he held a range of posts for the Nationalist Government in northern China.

Scope and Contents

This interview addresses Shi's experiences through 1936, with particular attention to the Northwest Army and warlord politics in China during the 1920s. This interview was written by Jingting Shi, transcribed in Chinese by interviewers. The interview is accompanied by 150 pages of English abstract and translation, and 4 photographs taken during the interview.

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