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by Michael Szonyi

Author: Michael Szonyi
Subcategory: Humanities
Language: English
Publisher: Cambridge University Press (August 11, 2008)
Pages: 328 pages
Category: Other
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Michael Szonyi's book is primarily a study of the social and cultural influence of the Cold War on the local people and politics of Jinmen, and to a lesser degree, on the KMT soldiers deployed there.

Michael Szonyi's book is primarily a study of the social and cultural influence of the Cold War on the local people and politics of Jinmen, and to a lesser degree, on the KMT soldiers deployed there. Szonyi's goal is not to divorce the international and the local, but to show that that local stories and histories are indeed embedded in international affairs Szonyi warns that militarization in different settings and times can produce similar policies and social outcomes, regardless of the rationale or ideologies underpinning that militarization

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Cold War Island book. During the height of the Cold War in the 1950s the small island of Quemoy in the Taiwan Strait was the front line in the military standoff between Chiang Kai-shek's Republic of China and Mao Zedong's People's Republic. Local society and culture were dramatically transformed.

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Michael Szonyi uses oral history, official documents, and dissident writings to convey the history of the island during this period. In so doing, he sheds light on the social and cultural impact of the Cold War on those who lived through it, as well as on the relationship between China, the United States and the USSR at this critical moment

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During the height of the Cold War in the 1950s the small island of Quemoy in the Taiwan Strait was the front line in the . Michael Szonyi uses oral history, official documents, and dissident writings to convey the history of the island during this period.

During the height of the Cold War in the 1950s the small island of Quemoy in the Taiwan Strait was the front line in the military standoff between Chiang Kai-shek's. The Cold War in Asia: the battle for hearts and minds. Z Yangwen, H Liu, M Szonyi. The illusion of standardizing the gods: the cult of the Five Emperors in late imperial China. The Journal of Asian Studies 56 (1), 113-135, 1997.

During the height of the Cold War in the 1950s the small island of Quemoy in the Taiwan Strait was the front line in the military standoff between Chiang Kai-shek's Republic of China and Mao Zedong's People's Republic. Local society and culture were dramatically transformed. Michael Szonyi uses oral history, official documents, and dissident writings to convey the history of the island during this period. In so doing, he sheds light on the social and cultural impact of the Cold War on those who lived through it, as well as on the relationship between China, the United States and the USSR at this critical moment. By analysing the effects of Quemoy's distinctive geopolitical situation on the economy, gender and the family, and citizenship and religion, the book provides a new perspective on the social history of Cold War relations, showing how geopolitics can affect individual lives and communities.