A token operation: 204 military mission to China, 1941–1945

  title={A token operation: 204 military mission to China, 1941–1945},
  author={K. Guy Stevens},
  journal={Asian Affairs},
  pages={66 - 74}
  • K. Stevens
  • Published 1 March 2005
  • Economics
  • Asian Affairs
Keith Stevens has been a member of the Society since 1952 and was a founder member of the Royal Asiatic Society Hong Kong Branch in 1963. He read Chinese at London and Hong Kong Universities and served with the British Army, spending most of his time in the Far East. He transferred to the FCO and worked in the Research Department before retiring to continue his life-long study of the cults and iconography of Chinese folk religion. He has written two books on the Gods of China: Chinese Gods… 


See description of Japan's Ichigo Campaign in China in 'Stilwell in the Stocks: The Chinese Nationalists and the Allies in World War II' by Dr Hans Van de Ven
  • Asian Affairs
Memoires of Li Mo’an)
  • Zhongguo Wenshi Chubanshe, Beijing,
  • 1995
See Li Mo'an's Dictated Memoires
    The military academy in Canton (Guangzhou), which trained the Nationalist military officers
      Deposited in the Archives of the Imperial War Museum
        See Van de Ven's analysis of these events in Asian Affairs, op.cit