中国通史纲要

中国通史纲要

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出版时间:2008-1
出版社:外文出版社
作者:白寿彝 编
页数:803
译者:《中国通史纲要》英译组
书名:中国通史纲要
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中国通史纲要
前言
This book combines,in one volume,the English editions of AnOutline History of china,published in 1982,and An Outline Historyof china 1919-1949,published in 1993.In the autumn of 1997,the History of china in Chinese contain-ing 22 sections bound in 12 volumes,of which I was chief editor,wascompleted.Mr.Wu Canfei.an editor at the Foreign Languages Press(FLP)in Beijing,suggested that the two English edition books,whichhad been published and distributed for many years.be bound into onevolume titled An Outline History of China(revised edition),and beofficially published bv FLP after it had revised the translation.Prior tOthis.they had translated the Chinese editions of the two books intoEnglish,Japanese,Spanish,German,French and other languages.Thi sWaS something I had wanted to d0 for many years.When I drew upthe plan for compiling An Outline History of china,I consideredwriting about the period from 1919 to 1949 in the book.but failed todo SO due to factual difficulties.The idea was realized in late 1987,and the second volume of the book came into being.It covers Chinesehistory from 1919 to 1949.and iS now Chapter 11 in this revised edi-tion of An Outlitle History of China.Though An Outline History of China.which now includes the second volume,cannot be regarded asa complete Chinese history,readers can gain an overall understandingof Chinese history more conveniently through this single-volume edition.
内容概要
Bai Shouyi(1909-2000)was bor in Kaifeng、Henan Province and cducated at Zhongshan andYanjing univcrsitics.Bcgimling his tcachillg carerin 1939,he taught for lnore than 40 years,first atYunnan Univcrsity,thcn at NalI ing University andlater at Beijing Taacllers University where he servedas head or both the Department of History and thelnstitute of Htistory.  Ptofessor Bai'S many-sided acadcmic interestsarc refleetcd in the courses he taught on such sub-jects as general historiography,historical nlatcriat-ism、a general history of China,cultural history of China.history of Chinese historiography,history ofChina's external communication,history of ChincseIslamisnl.history of the Spring and AuttlIllli-War-ring States Period.history of thc Sui and Tang dvxlastits,and history of the Qillg Dynasty
书籍目录
Chapter

Introduction 1.
A
Land
of
9,600,000
Square
Kilometres 2.
Fifty:six
Ethnic
Groups
and
a
Population
of
More
Than
1,000,000,1300 3.
1,700,000
Years
and
3,600
YearsChapter

Traces
of
Remote
Antiquity 1.
From
Yuanmou
Man
to
Peking
Man;
the
Making
of
Tools
and
the
Use
of
Fire 2.
Dingcun
(Tingtsun)
Man
and
Upper
Cave
Man;
the
Improvement
of
Tools
and
the
Emergence
of
Ornaments 3.
The
Yangshao
Culture
and
Its
Matriarchal
Communes 4.
The
Patriarchal
Clan
Society
of
the
Longshan
CultureChapter

Myth
and
Legend 1.
The
Legends
of
Ancient
Tribes 2.
Tribal
Chiefs,
Gods
and
Their
Sons 3.
The
Hereditary
Monarchy
of
the
Xia
DynastyChapter

The
Slave
State
of
the
Shang
and
Zhou
Dynasties 1.
The
Earliest
Written
History 2.
The
Slave-owning
Shang
Dynasty 3.
The
Social
Economy
of
the
Shang
Dynasty 4.
The
Rise
of
the
Zhou
and
the
Establishment
of
the
Slaveowning
Zhou
Dynasty 5.
Economic
Development
Under
Zhou
Slavery 6.
The
Zhou
Dynasty
from
Prosperity
to
DeclineChapter

The
Early
Eastern
Zhou,
Spring
and
Autumn,
and
Warring
States
Periods:
Transition
from
Slavery
to
Feudalism 1.
The
Early
Eastern
Zhou
and
the
Spring
and
Autumn
Period:Contention
for
Supremacy
Among
the
Major
States 2.
The
Seven
Powers
of
the
Warring
States
Period 3.
The
Transition
from
Slavery
to
Feudalism 4.
Confucius,
Mo
Zi,
Other
Thinkers
and
the
Elegies
of
ChuChapter

The
Qin
and
Han
Dynasties:
the
Growth
of
Feudal
Society 1.
The
Qin,
China's
First
Feudal
Dynasty 2.
Peasant
Uprisings
in
the
Late
Qin
Dynasty 3.
Establishment
and
Consolidation
of
the
Western
Han
Dynasty 4.
Golden
Age
of
the
Western
Han
Dynasty 5.
Decline
of
the
Western
Han
Dynasty;
Uprisings
of
the
Green
Woodsmen
and
Red
Eyebrows 6.
The
Establishment
of
the
Eastern
Han
Dynasty,
the
Prolonged
Turbulence,
and
the
Yellow
Turban
Uprising 7.
The
Development
of
Social
Productive
Forces 8.
The
Growth
of
Feudal
RelationsChapter

The
Three
Kingdoms,
the
Jin,
the
Southern
and
Northern
Dynasties,
the
Sui
and
the
Tang:
the
Earlier
Period
of
Ascendancy
of
Chinese
Feudalism 1.
The
Three
Kingdoms 2.
The
Western
Jin,
the
Eastern
Jin
and
the
Sixteen
States 3.
The
Southern
and
Northern
Dynasties 4.
The
Establishment
of
the
Sui
Dynasty
and
the
Peasant
Uprisings
in
Its
Closing
Years 5.
The
Golden
Age
of
the
Tang 6.
Turmoil
in
the
Mid-Tang
Period 7.
The
Decline
of
the
Tang
Empire
and
the
Late-Tang
Peasant
Uprisings 8.
The
Development
of
Social
Productive
Forces 9.
The
Development
of
Feudal
Relations
and
the
Feudalization
of
Regions
Inhabited
by
Several
Ethnic
GroupChapter

The
Five
Dynasties,
the
Song
and
the
Yuan:
the
Later
Period
of
Ascendancy
of
Chinese
Feudalism 1.
The
Five
Dynasties
and
Ten
States 2.
Rise
and
Fall
of
the
Northern
Song;
Uprisings
by
Wang
Xiaobo
and
Fang
La 3.
The
Liao,
the
Xia
and
the
Jin:
Their
Relations
with
the
Northern
Song 4.Rival
Regimes
of
the
Song
and
the
Jin;Uprisings
by
ZhongXiang,Yang
YaO
and
the
Red
Jackets 5.The
Rise
of
the
Mongols
and
the
FalI
of
the
Xia,the
Jin
andthe
Southern
Song 6.
Founding
of
the
Yuan
Dynasty
and
Peasant
Uprisings
During
the
Late
Yuan 7.
Further
Growth
of
Social
Productivity;
Southward
Shift
of
Economic
Development 8.
Further
Development
of
Feudal
Relations;
Feudalization
of
the
Border
Regions 9.
China's
Communications
with
the
Outside
WorldChapter

The
Ming-Qing
Period:
the
Twilight
of
Feudalism 1.
Establishment
of
the
Ming
Dynasty 2.
Decline
of
the
Ming
Dyansty;
Refugee
and
Miner
Uprisings 3.
Decay
of
the
Ming
Dynasty;
Peasant
Uprisings
Continued 4.
Rise
of
the
Manchus;
Peasant
Uprisings
Towards
the
End
of
the
Ming;
Fall
of
the
Ming
Dynasty 5.
Peasant
Regime
of
the
Great
Shun;
Princes
of
the
Southern
Ming;
Unification
Activities
During
the
Early
Qing
Dynasty 6.
Qing
Rule
Strengthened 7.
Decline
of
the
Qing;
Uprisings
of
Different
Ethnic
Groups 8.
The
Decline
of
Feudalism
and
the
Emergence
of
Sprouts
of
Capitalism 9.
Arrival
of
Western
ColonialismChapter

Semi-Colonial
and
Semi-Feudal
Society;
the
Old
Democratic
Revolution 1.
The
Opium
War 2.
The
Taiping
Peasant
War 3.
The
Second
Opium
War;
Russia's
Occupation
of
Chinese
Territory 4.
The
Later
Period
of
the
Taiping
Peasant
War 5.
Culture
and
Learning
After
the
Opium
War 6.
Foreign
Economic
Aggression
and
the
Official
Westernization
Drive 7.
The
Proletariat
and
the
National
Bourgeoisie
 in
the
Early
Days;
the
Spread
of
Modern
Western
Science 8.
Foreign
Aggression
and
China's
Border
Crises 9.
The
Sino-Japanese
War
and
Imperialist
Partition
of
China 10.
The
Modernization
Movement
of
the
Bourgeois
Reformists 11.
The
Anti-Imperialist
Patriotic
Movement
of
the
Yi
He
Tuan 12.
The
Rise
of
the
Bourgeois
Revolutionary
Movement 13.
The
Founding
of
the
Tong
Meng
Hui 14.
The
Wuchang
Uprising;
The
Founding
of
the
Republic
of
China
and
the
Fall
of
the
Qing
Dynasty 15.
The
Period
of
Beiyang
Warlord
Rule 16.
Ideology
and
Culture
During
the
Period
of
Bourgeois
Revolution 17.
The
Dawn
of
the
Chinese
RevolutionChapter

The
Continuation
of
the
Semi-Colonial
 and
SemiFeudal
Society
and
the
New-Democratic
Revolution 1.
The
May
4th
Movement
and
the
Beginning
of
the
Newdemocratic
Revolution 2.
The
Development
of
the
National
Capitalist
Economy
and
the
Formation
 of
the
Programme
of
the
Chinese
Communist
Party
in
the
Democratic
Revolution 3.
The
Evolution
of
the
Beiyang
Warlord
Forces
and
the
Rise
of
the
National
Revolutionary
Movement 4.
Northern
Expeditionary
War
and
Failure
of
the
National
Revolution 5.
Establishment
of
Kuomintang
Rule
and
the
Beginning
of
the
Soviet
Revolution 6.
Growth
and
Decline
of
the
Kuomintang
Factions
and
Settingup
of
the
Soviet
Areas 7.
The
September
18th
Incident
and
the
Upsurge
of
the
Nationwide
Anti-Japanese
Democratic
Movement.
 The
Kuomintang
Policy
of
"Internal
Pacification
Before
Resistance
to
Foreign
Invasion 8.
Fascist
Rule
of
the
Kuomintang
Government.
 12.
Changes
in
the
Situation
of
the
Anti-Japanese
War
from
the
Stage
of
Stalemate 13.
The
Outbreak
of
the
Pacific
War.
The
Kuomintang
Area
and
the
Liberated
Area
in
the
Mid-Period
of
the
Anti-Japanese
War 14.
The
Political
Struggle
in
the
Later
Stage
of
the
Anti-Jalranese
War
and
the
Final
Victory
of
the
War 15.
Proposals
of
Political
Parties
Concerning
National
Reconstruction.
 The
Political
Consultative
Conference 16.
The
Outbreak
of
All-out
Civil
War.
Radical
Turn
in
Military
and
Political
Situation
in
China 17.
The
Downfall
of
the
Nanjing
Regime
and
the
Founding
of
the
People's
Republic
of
China 18.
Philosophy,
Historiography,
Natural
Science
and
LiteratureIndex
章节摘录
Chapter
X
Semi.Colonial
and
Semi-Feudal
Society;the
Old
De-mocratic
Revolution
development
beginning
with
the
Five
Dynasties,Song
and
Yuan;mal-practices
innate
in
the
backward
rule
of
the
Liao,Jin,and
Yuall
madethings
worse.When
the
period
iS
viewed
as
a
whole.however,social
productive
forces
still
made
headway.though
in
a
halting
manner.This
was
particularly
true
in
the
south.With
1ess
destruction
from
Wars
and
more
time
for
development,the
south
quickly
became
the
economic
centre
of
the
whole
country
in
agriculture.handicraft
indus-try
and
commerce.By
the
time
of
the
Five
Dynasties,the
Song,and
the
Yuan,rice,planted
mostly
in
the
south。
had
become
the
chief
food
crop
of
the
country.During
the
Southern
Song
Dynasty.the
number
0f
rice
strains
planted
in
the
lower
Changjiang
River
valley
was
as
many
as
two
hundred.Wheat
was
also
a
maior
food
crop.It
was
planted
in
the
low-er
Changiiang
River
valley
too.Sericulture
was
a
main
sideline
for
those
engaged
in
agriculturalproduction.Cotton
was
planted
in
the
south
as
well
as
in
the
north.Bythe
later
part
of
the
Southern
Song
Dynasty.cotton
acreage
had
in-creased
enormously.Cotton
was
first~~rown
in
Fuiian
and
then
inGuangdong;its
planting
eventually
reached
the
valleys
of
the
Chang-iiang
and
the
Huai
rivers.In
The
FundamentaIs
of
Agriculture
andSericulture
issued
by
the
Yuan
government
in
1
273.there
was
detailedinformation
on
the
technique
of
growing
cotton.indicating
that
cottonplanting
had
attracted
well.deserved
attention.
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