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Homer Lea, Sun Yat-sen, and the Chinese revolution

by Eugene Anschel

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Published by Praeger in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States,
  • China
    • Subjects:
    • Lea, Homer, 1876-1912.,
    • Sun, Yat-sen, 1866-1925.,
    • Diplomats -- United States -- Biography.,
    • Soldiers -- United States -- Biography.,
    • Generals -- China -- Biography.,
    • United States -- Foreign relations -- China.,
    • China -- Foreign relations -- United States.,
    • China -- History -- 1861-1912.,
    • China -- History -- Revolution, 1911-1912.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Eugene Anschel.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsE748.L39 A67 1984
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxvi, 269 p. :
      Number of Pages269
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2853586M
      ISBN 100030000637
      LC Control Number84015999

      This book examines the impact of Western ideas and Christianity on the development of Sun Yat-sen’s political thought and revolutionary activities. Regrettably Sun was not able to create a democratic Western type of government in unified China, something for which he struggled throughout all his : Sun Yat-sen's Revolution had Its Seeds in Tokyo Sato Kazuo Introduction: In four years, China will be celebrating the centenary of the Revolution which toppled not only the Qing dynasty but imperial rule itself, a system that can be traced back 2, years when "China" was a much smaller place. In order to understand the central role played by a handful of extremely energetic (and in.

      Sun Yat-sen was the leader of the Chinese Nationalist Party (Kuomintang [Pinyin: Guomindang]) and is known as the father of modern China. Influential in overthrowing the Qing (Manchu) dynasty (/12), he served as the first provisional president of the Republic of .   4 Restarick, Sun Yat-sen 5 Restarick, Sun Yat-sen 6 Wang Gungwu, “Sun Yat-sen and Singapore,” Journal of the South Seas Society, 15 (Dec. ): 7 Jen and Ride, Sun Yat-sen 8 Jen and Ride, Sun Yat-sen 9 Harold Z. Schiffrin, Sun Yat-sen and the Origins of the Chinese Revolution (Berkeley: U of California P, )

        Homer Lea, was an an author of works on geopolitics, and became military advisory and general in the army of Sun Yat-sen. Early life Born in Denver, Colorado to Alfred E. and Hersa A. Lea, his father served with the 3rd Colorado Cavalry during the. His mother died before his third birthday, 13 .   Homer Lea studies became the province of military historians, such as Lawrence Kaplan, and scholars in Asian American studies. The topic also intrigued researchers such as Eugene Anschel, a German-born writer whose still-valuable Homer Lea, Sun Yat-sen, and the Chinese Revolution () was based in part on the Joshua B. Powers papers.


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Homer Lea, Sun Yat-sen, and the Chinese revolution by Eugene Anschel Download PDF EPUB FB2

Homer Lea Nov. 17, – Nov. 1, Welcome to the Homer Lea Research Center, where I will be sharing select reference materials I collected in researching the book, Homer Lea: American Soldier of Fortune (part of the Association of the U.S. Army “American Warrior” series). I have been researching Homer Lea off and on sincewhen, as a graduate student in history at Ohio State.

Sun Yat-sen’s American Adviser. Lea had a reputation as an able, self-taught military expert when he first met Dr. Sun. He began his exploits inafter dropping out of Stanford University, and working for several years as a military organizer for a Chinese reform movement, the Pao Huang Hui (Protect the Emperor Society), which sought to restore the deposed Emperor Kwang-Hsu to power.

: Homer Lea, Sun Yat-sen, and the Chinese Revolution. (): Anschel, Eugene: BooksFormat: Hardcover. Homer Lea (Novem —November 1, ), was an American adventurer and author.

He is today best known for his involvement with Chinese Sun Yat-sen and revolutionary movements in the early twentieth century as close advisor to Dr. Sun Yat-sen during the Chinese Republican revolution that overthrew the Qing Dynasty.

The author covers Lea's early life, his work on behalf of the Chinese Revolution, his encounters with famous world leaders, and his close relationship with Sun Yat-sen, the Chinese political and Read more.

Bibliography: p. Homer Lea, Sun Yat-sen, and the Chinese revolution Item PreviewPages: Homer Lea (Novem – November 1, ) was an American adventurer, author and geopolitical strategist. He is today best known for his involvement with Homer Lea reform and revolutionary movements in the early twentieth century and as a close advisor to Dr.

Sun Yat-sen during the Chinese Republican revolution that overthrew the Qing Dynasty, and for his writings about China and. Lea now committed himself openly to Sun Yat-sen, whom he had met in Japan after the failure of the uprising.

Sun was determined to repudiate China’s Confucian past. His hero was Abraham Lincoln, and his credo was government of the people, by the people, for the people, which he rendered in Chinese as “the people are to have, the people. Photograph of Homer Lea (–), an American adventurer and writer who served as an adviser to Dr.

Sun Yat-sen. Homer Lea's enduring fame rests upon his two books of geostrategic forecasting, The Valor of Ignorance () and The Day of the Saxon (). The second book, dealing with German designs upon England's empire and the. In the first scene, Homer Lea appeared with a Chinese subtitle "Homer Lea, American Military Expert", behind a large group of Chinese while Dr.

Sun Yat-sen was giving a speech about the Chinese revolution inside a big auditorium in San Francisco. Fixated with commanding his own Chinese army, Lea's inflated aspirations were almost always dashed by reality.

Although he never achieved the leadership role for which he strived, he became a trusted advisor to revolutionary leader Dr. Sun Yat-sen during the revolution that overthrew the 4/5(2). Six chairs are in the front row and Homer Lea can be seen seated first from the left.

It was a proud and happy moment, the triumph, for Dr. Sun Yat Sen, Homer Lea, and their comrades. This picture was taken in Hong Kong during Christmas time in Fixated with commanding his own Chinese army, Lea’s inflated aspirations were almost always dashed by reality.

Although he never achieved the leadership role for which he strived, he became a trusted advisor to revolutionary leader Dr.

Sun Yat-sen during the revolution that overthrew the Author: Lawrence M. Kaplan. Homer Lea,Sun Yat-sen, and the Chinese Revolution () was based in part on the Joshua B.

Powers papers. In the same year, using much of the same Western language materials, the academic Key Ray Chong published Americans and Chinese Reform and Revolution, This post work usually followed.

Homer Lea (Novem —November 1, ), was an American adventurer and author. He is today best known for his involvement with Chinese reform and revolutionary movements in the early twentieth century as close advisor to Dr. Sun Yat-sen during the Chinese Republican revolution that overthrew the Qing Lea was also a prolific author, writing books about China and.

Lawrence Kaplan recounts the life of Homer Lea (), an American geopolitics scholar who traveled to the China to participate in the Boxer Rebellion and became an adviser to Sun Yat-sen. Sun Yat-sen (Novem –Ma ) holds a unique position in the Chinese-speaking world today.

He is the only figure from the early revolutionary period who is honored as the "Father of the Nation" by people in both the People's Republic of China and the Republic of China ().Author: Kallie Szczepanski.

The ubiquitous Lea, having severed his ties with CERA, raised money for Sun Yat-sen’s revolution and hosted him in Los Angeles when he visited the United States in late Sun Yat-sen responded by appointing Lea his acting chief military adviser.

While the situation in China continued to simmer, Lea filled his time writing. By Hongmei Sun. Seattle: University of Washington Press, ix, pp. ISBN: (paper, also available in cloth and as e-book). - Volume 78 Issue 1 - Author: Asako Saito.

Fixated with commanding his own Chinese army, Lea's inflated aspirations were almost always dashed by reality. Although he never achieved the leadership role for which he strived, he became a trusted advisor to revolutionary leader Dr. Sun Yat-sen during the revolution that overthrew the.

Fascinating book on the first recorded American soldier of fortune, Homer Lea, who offered his services to Sun Yat-Sen in building the Republican Army. The research is impressive to say the least and author Kaplan apparently is now a speech consultant for /5.Sun Yat-sen: | | | |Sun Yat-Sen| | | | | World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias available, and the most definitive.Americans and Chinese reform and revolution, Lanham, MD: University Press of America, © (OCoLC) Named Person: Yat-sen Sun; Homer Lea; Homer Lea; Yat-sen Sun: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Key Ray Chong.