Volume 5.1 of the Journal of Chinese Military History will be published later in June. It will include four book reviews and the following articles:
 
Alan Baumler, "Keep Calm and Carry On: Airmindedness and Mass Mobilization during the War of Resistance"
 
M.A. Butler, "Mapping Culture: Battle Array Schemas(Zhentu) in Middle Period China"
 
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Issue 4.2 of the Journal of Chinese Military History has just been published. It includes the following articles:

journal cover smallTonio Andrade, "The Arquebus Volley Technique in China, c. 1560: Evidence from the Writings of Qi Jiguang," 115-141.
Eric Setzekorn, "Jiang Baili: Frustrated Military Intellectual in Republican China," 142-161.
Pingchao Zhu, "'Disgraced Soldiers': The Ordeal of the Repatriated POWs of the Chinese Volunteer Army during the Korean War," 162-200.
It also contains book reviews by Nicole Elizabeth Barnes, Danke Li, Harry Miller, Shu-hui Wu, and Robin Yates.

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