The Last Mongol Prince : The Life and Times of Demchugdongrob, 1902-1966 (Studies on East Asia, 21)

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The Last Mongol Prince : The Life and Times of Demchugdongrob, 1902-1966 (Studies on East Asia, 21)

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Table of Contents

Preface                                            xv
Illustrations xviii
Map of Mongolia xxviii
Historical Prologue 1 (7)
The Land and the People 1 (3)
Demchugdongrob's Father and His Times 4 (4)
Demchugdongrob's Early Years, 1912-1919 8 (10)
His Birth 8 (2)
His Youth 10 (3)
His Succession and Contemporary Events 13 (5)
Demchugdongrob's Early Career, 1919-1928 18 (16)
The Ruling Prince of His Own Banner 18 (5)
Deputy Head of the Shilingol League 23 (2)
His First Political Experience in Beijing 25 (4)
The Eve of the Kuomintang's Northern 29 (5)
Campaign
The Kuomintang's Second Northern Campaign And 34 (12)
After, 1928-1931
The Northern Campaign and the Mongol 34 (2)
Response
The Rise of Wu Heling and the Mongol 36 (3)
Delegation
External Pressure and Internal Factions 39 (3)
The Panchen Lama's First Visit to Inner 42 (1)
Mongolia
The Mongolian Convention and the Law 43 (3)
Concerning Mongolia
The Early Period of The Japanese Invasion, 46 (14)
1931-1933
The Manchurian Incident and the Mongolian 46 (2)
Response
The Changing Situation in Nanjing and 48 (2)
Manchuria
Prince De's First Visit with Chiang 50 (4)
Kai-shek and His Conflict with Wu Heling
The Japanese Occupation of Rehe and the 54 (3)
Emergence of Li Shouxin
The Beginning of Japanese Encroachment into 57 (3)
Western Inner Mongolian Territory
The Inner Mongolian Autonomy Movement, June 60 (40)
1933-March 1934
Direct Causes 60 (2)
The Condition of the Leagues and Banners 62 (4)
Preparatory Work 66 (3)
The Immediate Response 69 (2)
The Preliminary Committee and the 71 (3)
Declaration
The Beile-yin sume Conference for Autonomy 74 (4)
The Arrival of Huang and Zhao 78 (7)
A Breakthrough in the Talks 85 (3)
The Machinations of Huang Shaohong and Fu 88 (4)
Zuoyi
The Final Resolution 92 (8)
The Period of The Mongolian Political 100 (25)
Council, April 1934-January 1936
Founding of the Council 100 (3)
Togtakhu's Visits with Chiang Kai-shek 103 (2)
The First Japanese Sounding Out of Western 105 (1)
Inner Mongolia
Chinese Terrorism Against the Mongols 106 (1)
Prince De's Second Visit with Chiang 106 (1)
Kai-shek
Contacts with the Guangdong Clique 107 (2)
Contacts with the Kokonor Mongols 109 (1)
Conflict Within the Peace Preservation Corps 110 (1)
Problems Caused by Prince So's Arrival in 110 (2)
Beiping
The Prince Shi Incident 112 (1)
Khashaat and the Conflict Over Taxation 113 (2)
Chahar's Disregard for Mongolian 115 (1)
Territorial Integrity
The He-Umeizu Agreement 116 (1)
Japanese Advances and Mongol Criticisms of 117 (1)
the Mongolian Political Council
The Zhangbei Incident 118 (1)
Secret Plans for Mongolia's Future 118 (1)
Wu Heling's Meeting with Chiang Kai-shek 119 (1)
The Emergence of the Suiyuan Mongolian 120 (2)
Political Council
Japanese Penetration and Disintegration of 122 (3)
the Mongolian Political Council
Japanese Intervention and The Mongolian Army 125 (24)
General Headquarters, January-May 1936
The Early Activities of Japanese Agents and 125 (2)
the General Headquarters
Itagaki's Arrival in Ujumuchin 127 (2)
Expansion of Japanese Activities 129 (1)
Prince De's Secret Visit to Manchukuo 130 (1)
Wu Heling and Bai Yunti Return to Mongolia 131 (1)
Japan's Occupation of Kalgan's Outskirts 132 (1)
and the Formation of the Chahar League
Wu Heling's Meeting with Itagaki in Beiping 133 (1)
Wu Heling's Narrow Escape from Assassination 134 (2)
The Assassination of Nimaodzar 136 (2)
The General Headquarters of the Mongolian 138 (3)
Army
The First Mongolian Congress 141 (4)
Extent of Participation in the First 145 (2)
Mongolian Congress
The Japanese Execution of Lingsheng 147 (2)
The Mongolian Military Government, May 149 (20)
1936-October 1937
Establishment of the Mongolian Military 149 (4)
Government
Organization of the Mongolian Army 153 (1)
Japan's Westward Advance 154 (1)
Diplomatic Activities of the Mongolian 155 (2)
Military Government
The Death of Prince So and Prince De's 157 (1)
Subsequent Ties with Nanjing
Japan's Further Westward Movement and 158 (3)
Conflict with Suiyuan
The Battle of Bat-Khaalag 161 (3)
The Truce and Rehabilitation of the 164 (2)
Mongolian Army
Reorganization of the Army and New Maneuvers 166 (1)
The End of the Mongolian Military Government 167 (2)
Te Mongolian Allied League Autonomous 169 (47)
Government, October 1937-August 1939
The Emergence of Japanese Puppet Regimes in 169 (2)
Southern Chahar and Northern Shanxi
The Conflict Between the Mongol Leadership 171 (1)
and the Japanese Militarists Over Mongolian
Nationhood
Preparations for the Mongolian Congress and 172 (2)
the Response of the Beiping Mongols
The Second Mongolian Congress 174 (10)
Founding of the Mongolian Allied League 184 (3)
Autonomous Government
Kanai Shoji and the Japanese Advisors 187 (1)
Kanai's Plot to Create the Joint Committee 188 (2)
of Mongolian Territories
Headquarters of the Japanese Army in 190 (2)
Mongolia
The Death of Prince Yondonwangchug and 192 (1)
Prince De's Appointment to the Chairmanship
Wu Heling's Japanese Exile 193 (1)
Prince De's Election to the Chairmanship 194 (2)
and the Reorganization of the Mongolian
Allied League Autonomous Government
Problems with the Japanese Advisors 196 (3)
Japanese Military Arrangements in Mongolia 199 (3)
and Kanai Shoji's Political Maneuvers
Wu Heling's Activities in Tokyo 202 (2)
Prince De's Visit to Japan 204 (4)
Mongol Conflict with Kanai Continues 208 (5)
The End of the Mongolian Allied League 213 (3)
Autonomous Government
The Mongolian Allied Autonomous Government, 216 (43)
September 1939-August 1941
Formation of the New Mongolian Political 216 (5)
Regime
Prince Sungjingwangchug and Other High 221 (3)
Officials
Secret Contact between Prince De and Chiang 224 (1)
Kai-shek
The Secret Contact Ends in Failure 225 (3)
The Wang Jingwei Regime and the Qingdao 228 (1)
Conference
The Clash at Wuyuan 229 (2)
Wang Jingwei's Visit to Kalgan 231 (3)
Political Unrest in Ujumuchin 234 (2)
The Mongolian Conference 236 (1)
Prince De's Redirection of Effort 237 (1)
Prince Sung's Activities in Japan 238 (1)
The Founding of the Mongolian Cooperatives 239 (2)
(Khorshiya)
The Resignation of Prince Sung and the 241 (3)
Response
Prince De's Determination to Modernize 244 (1)
The Japanese Change Their Attitude 245 (1)
Prince De's Second Visit to Japan 245 (4)
Tojo's Arrival in Kalgan 249 (1)
Reorganization of the Government and its 249 (3)
Personnel
Quarrels Among the Japanese 252 (1)
The Mongolian Rehabilitation Committee 253 (3)
Prince Sung's Activities 256 (3)
The Mongolian Autonomous State, August 259 (60)
1941-August 1945
The Formation of the Mongolian Autonomous 259 (1)
State
The Removal of Kanai Shoji 260 (2)
Outbreak of the ``Great East Asian War'' 262 (1)
Arrival of Ohashi, the New Supreme Advisor 263 (1)
Ohashi's Conflict with the Japanese Military 263 (3)
The Mongolian Delegation in Tokyo and the 266 (1)
Mengjiang Bank in Kalgan
Christian Missionaries During the Pacific 267 (1)
War
Prince De's Visit to Manchukuo 268 (1)
The Mongolian Rehabilitation Committee and 269 (1)
Japanese Horse Purchasing
Japanese Schemes Concerning the Mongolian 270 (2)
Religion
The Fall of Ohashi Chuichi 272 (3)
Abolition of the Supreme Advisorship 275 (1)
The Plans of the Mongolian Rehabilitation 276 (1)
Committee
The Fifth Mongolian Congress 277 (3)
Prince Sung's Visit to Manchukuo 280 (3)
Upheaval in the Government and Prince De's 283 (3)
Recovery of Power
The Awakening and Some Real Problems 286 (5)
Confrontations between Mongol Leaders and 291 (1)
Japanese Advisors
The New Banner Institution 291 (2)
Problems of the Mongolian Army 293 (1)
The Mongolian Army Officer Academy 294 (2)
Formation of the Lama-yin Tamaga 296 (2)
Japan, the ``Allied Nation'' 298 (1)
The Yekejuu Incident of March 26, 1943 299 (3)
Mongol Youth Activities in Kalgan 302 (2)
The Problem of the Queue 304 (1)
Political Crisis and Disharmony Among 305 (2)
Mongol Leaders
Personnel Rearrangements After the Crisis 307 (1)
Reorganization of the Mongolian Military 308 (2)
Forces
The Yalta Agreement and its Impact 310 (1)
Prince De's Desires for the Future of 311 (1)
Mongolia
The Failure to Achieve Common Measures 312 (2)
The End of the War 314 (1)
Conflicting Paths for the Future of 315 (1)
Post-War Mongolia
Disintegration of the Mongol Army 315 (2)
The Last Hours of the Mongolian Government 317 (2)
in Kalgan
Inner Mongolia after the Japanese Defeat, 319 (27)
August 1945-January 1946
Prince De Moves from Kalgan to Beiping and 319 (3)
Chungking
Mongols in Chungking 322 (1)
Prince De's Visit with Chiang Kai-shek 323 (5)
My Personal Recollections of the Soviet 328 (4)
Occupation of Shilingol
Mongolian Activities Immediately after 332 (2)
Soviet Occupation
The People's Delegate Conference of the 334 (3)
Inner Mongolian Leagues and Banners
Arrival of the Outer Mongolian Vice Premier 337 (2)
and Creation of the Inner Mongolian
Government
The Changing Situation in Eastern Inner 339 (3)
Mongolia
Activities of the Mongols in Beiping 342 (4)
The Postwar Mongol Struggle for Autonomy and 346 (46)
the Chinese Response
Chinese Recognition of Outer Mongolian 346 (1)
Independence and the Arrival of the Eastern
Inner Mongolian Delegation at Beiping
The KMT Decision on the Mongolian Problem 347 (2)
Struggles in Eastern and Western Inner 349 (1)
Mongolia
Chinese and International Events that 350 (1)
Affected Inner Mongolia
Fu Zuoyi's Occupation of Kalgan 351 (2)
Activities of the Mongol Local Elite 353 (1)
The Hope of the Inner Mongolian People 354 (5)
Activities of the Mongolian Delegates in 359 (1)
Nanjing
Struggles at the Chinese Constitutional 360 (6)
National Assembly
The Constitutional Convention of the 366 (2)
National Assembly's Solution to the
Mongolian Problem
Formation of the Mongolian Youth Alliance 368 (2)
Turmoil in Inner Mongolia 370 (2)
Contact with International Organizations 372 (4)
Contacts with the Mongolian-Tibetan Affairs 376 (2)
Commission and Prince De's Response
Elections and the Mongol Response 378 (3)
The Mongolian Delegates and the First 381 (3)
Chinese National Assembly
The Mongolian Proposal for the Assembly 384 (3)
The Mongolian Youth Alliance and its 387 (2)
Contacts with the U.S. Authorities
Prince De's Withdrawal from Beiping 389 (3)
The Alashan Mongolian Autonomy Movement, 392 (35)
January-December 1949
Prince De's Departure to Alashan and 392 (1)
Contacts with the Northwest Chinese
Authorities
Damzana and the Situation in Alashan 393 (1)
The Complicated Situation in Dingyuanying 394 (2)
and Confrontations among the Mongols
Supporters of the Movement and Formation of 396 (2)
the Preliminary Committee for Inner
Mongolian Autonomy
Prince De's Trip to Guangzhou 398 (5)
Prince De's Contact with the Americans in 403 (1)
Guangzhou
Prince De's other Contacts in Guangzhou 404 (1)
The Situation in Alashan Before Prince De's 404 (2)
Return
Prince De's Return to Alashan 406 (2)
The Mongolian Conference in Alashan 408 (9)
Military Organization 417 (1)
Prince De's Contacts with the Mongolian 418 (1)
People's Republic
My Assignment and Departure from Alashan 419 (1)
The Last Negotiation with the KMT Government 420 (1)
The Split among the Mongols in Alashan 420 (2)
Prince De's Activities after His Exile from 422 (2)
Alashan
Prince De's Exile to the Mongolian People's 424 (3)
Republic
In Ulaanbaatar, December 1949-September 1950 427 (17)
Prince De's Response to the Mongolian 427 (1)
People's Republic
Preparing to Contact the MPR's Agents 428 (2)
Contact with MPR Agents at the Bayan 430 (2)
Shangdu Temple
At the Tukum Temple 432 (2)
A Guest in Ulaanbaatar 434 (1)
Under House Arrest 435 (2)
Prisoner in Ulaanbaatar 437 (1)
Interrogation 438 (3)
Extradition to Beijing 441 (3)
The Last Chapter, September 1950-April 1966 444 (4)
Identification of Major References 448 (3)
Glossary 451 (9)
Index 460 (20)
About The Author 480