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Jacquinot Safe Zone

Marcia R. Ristaino

Jacquinot Safe Zone

wartime refugees in Shanghai

by Marcia R. Ristaino

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  • 26 Currently reading

Published by Stanford University Press in Stanford, Calif .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Jacquinot de Besange, Robert, -- 1878-1946,
  • Sino-Japanese War, 1937-1945 -- Refugees -- China -- Shanghai,
  • Shanghai (China) -- History -- 20th century

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. [185]-199) and index.

    Other titlesWartime refugees in Shanghai
    StatementMarcia R. Ristaino.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDS777.533.R45 R57 2008
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiii, 206 p. :
    Number of Pages206
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18510020M
    ISBN 109780804757935
    LC Control Number2007031058

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Jacquinot Safe Zone by Marcia R. Ristaino Download PDF EPUB FB2

This book is a very good and complete history of the Shangai Safe Zone, and a complete overview of the life of Jacquinot, who developed and fought for the Zone. The story gets a little "dry" in parts, but in the end I felt I got a wonderful overview of what the world was like at that time and how the "safe zone Cited by: 5.

The book delves into the special circumstances that contributed to this unique and fascinating historical episode. Father Jacquinot's work in creating a safe zone for refugees fleeing wartime chaos is singular in history and provides an important example for the protection and support of refugees today.

Book Reviews The Jacquinot Safe Zone: Wartime Refugees in Shanghai, by Marcia R. Ristaino. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press, pp. US$ (Hardcover).

ISBN Marcia Ristaino opens for us a little-known chapter of the Sino-Japanese War (), the story of the refugee safe zone in Shanghai. The book shows the good father navigat­ ing a complex set of pathways between Japanese, Chinese, and Western powers, and it presents a brief but detailed account of conditions in the city and the humanitarian activities that the Safe Zone authorities under Father Jacquinot.

In the Jacquinot Zone you will find all the ingredients of both a classic humanitarian crisis, and a classic humanitarian response—the ultimate textbook case, written before the book itself. Could the safe zone have been established, and spared the bombings and killings that bloodied most of Shanghai, if there had not been an International Author: Jean-François Durieux.

This book is a very good and complete history of the Shangai Safe Zone, and a complete overview of the Jacquinot Safe Zone book of Jacquinot, who developed and fought for the Zone. The story gets a little "dry" in parts, but in the end I felt I got a wonderful overview Jacquinot Safe Zone book what the world was like at that time and how the "safe zone /5.

Book review by Thomas D. Curran. Ristaino, M. The Jacquinot safe zone: Wartime refugees in Shanghai. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press. ISBN.

The book delves into the special circumstances that contributed to this unique and fascinating historical episode. Father Jacquit's work in creating a safe zone for refugees fleeing wartime chaos is singular in history and provides an important example for the protection and support of refugees today.

item 2 Jacquinot Safe Zone: Wartime. This book is a very good and complete history of the Shangai Safe Zone, and a complete overview of the life of Jacquinot, who developed and fought for the Zone.

The story gets a little "dry" in parts, but in the end I felt I got a wonderful overview of what the world was like at that time and how the "safe zone Reviews: 3. The Jacquinot Safe Zone的书评 (全部 1 条) 热门 / 最新 / 好友 / 只看本版本的评论 安平君 江苏人民出版社版.

Ristaino, Marcia R., Jacquinot Safe Zone book Jacquinot Safe Zone: Wartime Refugees in Shanghai. Stanford Last updated: 09/07/ Jacquinot de Besange “ro-n” by Mei-Fei Elrick and Tess Johnston, licenced under Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs Unported license.

Robert Jacquinot de Besange was born on 15 March in Saintes. Get this from a library. The Jacquinot Safe Zone: wartime refugees in Shanghai.

[Marcia R Ristaino] -- "When Japanese forces attacked Shanghai ina French Jesuit, Father Robert Jacquinot de Besange, S.J., heroically stood up for human life.

Father Jacquinot, who spent twenty-seven years in. The decision to create a safety zone in the city of Nanking arose almost spontaneously, within weeks of the collapse of Shanghai. In NovemberFather Jacquinot de Bessage, a French priest, established a neutral area in Shanghai to shelterChinese refugees whose homes had been destroyed by the invading Japanese soldiers.

The Jacquinot Zone is mentioned by name in both the Protocols and Commentaries to the Geneva Convention of This book explores the leadership qualities and personality of Father Jacquinot and what prompted him to take such a surprisingly bold stance in. 8 The Jacquinot Safe Zone, or the Shanghai Safety Zone, was created by Father Robert Jacquinot de Besange ( ), a French Jesuit, during the Battle of Shanghai in Georges Saint-Paul was a French surgeon-general.

The Jacquinot Safe Zone: Wartime Refugees in Shanghai Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press, McHale, Andy and Andreas Leandoer Jadgpanther: Tech, Units and Production Leandoer and Eckholm - Forthcoming, date unknown. McHale, Andy and Andreas Leandoer Jadgtiger: Tech, Units and Production Leandoer and Eckholm - Forthcoming, date unknown.

Robert Jacquinot de Besange (center) among refugees in his “Jacquinot Safe Zone” in this file photograph. “The Japanese are coming!” Shanghai resident Li Fengxiang, 92, can still recall the late-night cries that awakened the city to horror and prompted her family into a desperate flight.

The Westerners who remained behind established the Nanking Safety Zone, which was composed of a score of refugee camps that occupied an area of about miles 2 ( km 2). [citation needed] The Safety Zone was bordered by roads on all four sides, and had an area of approximately km 2, with.

This quote comes from a review of The Jacquinot Safe Zone: Wartime Refugees in Shanghai by Marcia Ristaino. The book centers on the actions of Jacquinot in creating the demilitarized zone named after him.

This map shows how the neutral area nudges up against the French Concession. China Daily says that the area covered a 1-million-square-meter. I eagerly await the answer history reveals."—Marcia R.

Ristaino, Kluge Center for Scholars, Library of Congress, author of The Jacquinot Safe Zone: Wartime Refugees in Shanghai, "This translation of Marie-Claire Bergère, Histoire de Shanghai (originally published in French by Fayard, in ), makes available to readers of English a study.

Marcia R. Ristaino. The Jacquinot Safe Zone: Wartime Refugees in Shanghai. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press, xiii, pp. Hardcover $, isbn Marcia Ristaino's book is relatively a thin volume -- pages -- about a man who is mostly forgotten, but whose legacy the author feels impelled to revive.

Robert Jacquinot de Besange Label from public data source Wikidata Sources found: Jacquinot Safe Zone, ECIP ch. 1 (Robert Charles Joseph Emile Jacquinot de Besange; usually referred to as Robert Jacquinot; b. Mar. 15, in Saintes, France; d. in Berlin; member, Society of Jesus; served in China, ).

“The interest in him is certainly greater,” said Marcia Ristaino, author of one of the few books about him, “The Jacquinot Safe Zone” published in “Back in those days, I didn’t. This quote comes from a review of The Jacquinot Safe Zone: Wartime Refugees in Shanghai by Marcia Ristaino.

The book centers on the actions of Jacquinot in creating the demilitarized zone named after him. This map shows how the neutral area nudges up against the French Concession. China Daily says that the area covered a 1-million-square-meter. Book review: Date: Jun 1, Words: Previous Article: The Jacquinot Safe Zone: Wartime Refugees in Shanghai.

Next Article: The Blue Banner: The Presbyterian Church of Saint David and Presbyterian Witness in Halifax. Topics. sion. The hero of the day, and of the book, was the senior French Jesuit mission-aryinShanghai,FatherRobertJacquinotdeBesange,whocreated thesafezone. During its two-plus years of existence, the Jacquinot Safe Zone, as it was called, sheltered up tomen, women, and children.

The Journal of Asian Studies. The book is built around thirty-six individual stories of the French in China from to Click here to read the excerpt of – Father Jacquinot’s safe zone for the Chinese refugees during the Japanese invasion – Edith Mankiewicz: a female doctor in Shanghai limbo.

of Jacquinot. Perhaps that was true for Shanghai during the Japanese occupation. The war lasted eight long years and touched most of China proper. Bythe central government was making a sincere effort at organizing refugee relief in central and southwestern China.

As with Jacquinot’s safe zone. "The interest in him is certainly greater," said Marcia Ristaino, author of one of the few books about him, The Jacquinot Safe Zone, published in Father Robert Jacquinot. Marcia R.

Ristaino The Jacquinot Safe Zone: Wartime Refugees in Shanghai (Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press ) p. Ristaino draws the figure of from a 5 September Shenbao account. Wen-hsin Yeh suggests a figure upwards of ; see Wen-hsin Yeh Shanghai Splendor: A Cultural History – (Berkeley CA: University of California Press ) p.

Marcia Ristaino is the author of Port of Last Resort ( avg rating, 4 ratings, 0 reviews, published ) and The Jacquinot Safe Zone ( avg rating, /5(4). "The interest in him is certainly greater," said Marcia Ristaino, author of one of the few books about him, "The Jacquinot Safe Zone" published in "Back in those days, I didn`t find a lot of interest from the Chinese."Jacquinot, born in in the western French town of Saintes, arrived in Shanghai in to serve the church.

The Jacquinot Safe Zone: Wartime Refugees in Shanghai. By RistainoMarcia R. Stanford, Calif.: Stanford University Press, xiii, pp. $ (cloth). - Volume 68 Issue 1 - Stephen R. MacKinnon. “The interest in him is certainly greater,” said Marcia Ristaino, author of one of the few books about him, The Jacquinot Safe Zone published in “Back in those days, I didn’t find a.

The Jacquinot Safe Zone: Wartime Refugees in Shanghai History Faculty Publications () Thomas D. Curran. Her latest book, "The Savior of Shanghai: Father Jacquinot and the International Safe Zone" is forthcoming from Stanford University Press.

Ristaino holds a bachelor's degree in European history from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, a master's degree in Asian Studies from the University of Hawaii in Honolulu, and a doctorate in.

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Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Originaltitel: Histoire de Shanghai "Originally published in French under the title Histoire de Shanghai, Librairie Arthème Fayard, ".

Last month, Shanghai authorities unveiled a statue of Jacquinot, now residing at a local museum. "The interest in him is certainly greater," said Marcia Ristaino, author of one of the few books about him, "The Jacquinot Safe Zone" published in "Back in those days, I didn't find a lot of interest from the Chinese." - Migrant crisis .A Cosmopolitan in East Shanghai.

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