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Peking: Bantam Books, 1967. New and Amplified Edition [stated], Third printing [stated]. Mass market paperback. xxx, 182,  pages/ Footnotes. This is the first U.S. publication, complete and unexpurgated. This includes a special introductory essay and notes by Stuart R. Schram. Stuart Reynolds Schram (February 27, 1924 – July 8, 2012) was an American physicist, political scientist and sinologist who specialized in the study of modern Chinese politics. He was particularly well known for his works on the life and thought of Mao Zedong. During the late 1950s he turned his attention to Chinese politics, and started to research on the primary sources. He focused his research on Chairman Mao, and by 1963 he had completed a book on the Political Thought of Mao Tse-tung. In 1966 Penguin Books published his seminal biography of Mao. These works made him prominent in the field of modern China studies. The School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) in London offered Schram a chair. Schram led establishment of the Contemporary China Institute and the continued development of journal, China Quarterly.
Grantville, PA: Privately Printed, 2006. Second Printing. Hardcover. 382 pages, illustrated with over 300 photos, maps, appendices, index. Signed by the author. The author is the niece of Helen Fairchild, and spent 12 years researching this book about her aunt. Helen Fairchild (November 21, 1885 – January 18, 1918) was an American nurse who served as part of the American Expeditionary Force during World War I, and who became known for her wartime letters to her family in the U.S., which vividly depicted the realities of combat nursing during World War I. She died of post-operative complications after surgery for a gastric ulcer while on duty with British base hospital #10/#16 on the Western Front. The story of Nurse Helen Fairchild's Life in 1917 during World War I. Her story covers her travels from Allenwood, to Watsontown, to Philadelphia, to London, to France, and on toward the Front Lines in Belgium in 1917. She was buried with full military honors in a cemetery in Le Treport and later shifted to Somme American Cemetery and Memorial in Bony, France.