China in Revolution 1911-1949, Part 8/10

�Only when one has food and clothing will they know ethics.� Extreme poverty and corruption hampers General Stilwell's attempts to assist Chiang Kai Shek's forces. Stilwell also explores the possibility of enlisting the Communists through The Dixie Mission, the first official Western recognition of the Communists. The schism between Nationalist and Communist forces widens as the United States begins to train and supply both sides. Again testimonials by former soldiers enliven part eight of the ten-part series.

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