Written primary sources are first-hand accounts from people who witnessed or were involved in the events being described. They include letters or reports written by the people involved, official documents, or photographs of the events. They also include memoirs written later.
BOOKS ON ASIA
China in revolution : history, documents, and analyses by Simone, Vera
Call Number: DS740 .S5
Publication Date: 1968
The Chinese cultural revolution : selected documents by K. H. Fan
Call Number: DS777.55 .F33
Publication Date: 1968.
Chinese sources for the Taiping Rebellion, 1850-1864 by Cheng, J. Chester
Call Number: DS759 .C3771963
Early records of British India: a history of the English settlements in India, as told in the government records, the works of old travellers, and other contemporary documents, from the earliest period down to the rise of British power in India by J. Talboys Wheeler
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