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Fight for the Pacific


V.Y. Avarin

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While working on this book, the author tried to consider as much as possible the critical remarks that were made in the press and during the discussion at the Academy of Social Sciences about his other book - "The Struggle for the Pacific Ocean (Japanese-American contradictions)".


PART ONE. The aggression of England and the United States and the struggle between them in the Pacific before the general crisis of capitalism

CHAPTER ONE. THE ORIGIN AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE EXPANSION OF ENGLAND AND THE UNITED STATES AND THEIR CONTRADICTIONS IN THE PACIFIC

1. The political map of the Pacific Ocean at the beginning of the English and American expansion
2. The Anglo-American wars and their influence on the development of relations between England and the USA
3. Russian possessions in the Western Hemisphere and the Anglo-American expansion
4. The threat of an Anglo-American war in connection with disputes over the Canadian-American border
5. The capture by the United States of the Pacific coast of North America
6. The struggle of the British and American invaders for the Isthmus of Panama
7. The Anglo-American struggle for Hawaii
8. The economic development of England and the USA

CHAPTER TWO. THE AGGRESSION OF ENGLAND AND THE USA IN THE FAR EAST AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF ANGLO-AMERICAN COMPETITION IN THE PERIOD OF FREE COMPETITION

1. The first American attempts to capture bases in the Far East
2. England's invasion of China
3. The US government forces China to sign a treaty on the extraterritoriality of foreigners
5. A sharp aggravation of Anglo-American relations during the US Civil War

CHAPTER THREE. ENGLAND AND THE USA IN THE PACIFIC IN THE PERIOD OF TRANSITION TO IMPERIALISM

1. The economic development of England and the USA and changes in the balance of power between them
2. The Anglo-American struggle in Latin America
3. The failure of American aggression in the Far East
4. The capture by the United States of Hawaii and part of the Samoan Islands
5. The change in the balance of power in the Pacific early 20th century

CHAPTER FOUR. AMERICAN AND ENGLISH POLICY OF TERRITORIAL CONQUERATIONS AND ENSLAVEMENT OF THE PEOPLES OF THE FAR EAST AT THE BEGINNING OF THE ERA OF IMPERIALISM

2. The American and British policy of subjugating China
3. The defeat of British imperialism in the struggle for the Panama Canal
4. The desire of British and American imperialism to use Japanese militarism as a weapon of their aggression
5. The influence of the Russian Revolution of 1905 in China
6. Aggravation of the Anglo-American imperialist rivalry in China, Central America, Canada
7. US and British imperialists in the struggle against the Chinese revolution of 1911-1912.
8. Strengthening of aggressive tendencies in the USA

PART TWO. English and American Expansion and Anglo-American Contradictions in the First Stage of the General Crisis of Capitalism

CHAPTER FIVE. ENGLAND AND THE UNITED STATES DURING THE FIRST WORLD WAR

1. Anglo-American strife in the early years of the war
3. The US and Britain are accomplices of Japanese aggression in China
4. Aggression of US imperialism in Central America


CHAPTER SIX. THE ANTI-SOVIET INTERVENTION OF THE USA AND ENGLAND AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF ANGLO-AMERICAN CONTRADICTIONS IN THE CONDITIONS OF THE STRUGGLE OF THE TWO SYSTEMS

2. America against England after World War I
3. The anti-Soviet war of robbers by the American, British and other imperialists and the victory of the Soviet country
4. The US-England-Japan imperialist triangle
5. Anglo-American contradictions and Washington Conference 1921-1922
6. Soviet policy of friendship with the Chinese people and the struggle of the British and American imperialists against the revolution in China
7. Aggravation of Anglo-American contradictions on the eve of the economic crisis of 1929-1933.

CHAPTER SEVEN. ECONOMIC WAR BETWEEN ENGLISH AND AMERICAN MONOPOLIES

1. Aggravation of the Anglo-American struggle in the field of capital investment
2. Trade war between England and the USA
3. British and American monopolies in the struggle for dominance in the field of transport and communications
4. Change in the balance of power between British and American monopoly capital
5. Aggravation of the Anglo- American relations and anti-Soviet policy of the USA and England

CHAPTER EIGHT. THE FORMATION OF A BLOCK OF AGGRESSORS AND THE ANGLO-AMERICAN POLICY OF ENCOURAGING FASCIST AGGRESSION AGAINST THE USSR, CHINA AND OTHER COUNTRIES

2. Britain's attempts to reach a compromise with Japan through the division of China
3. England gropes for grounds for collusion with the USA
4. The Soviet Union is a bulwark of peace in the Pacific
5. The development of the Anglo-Japanese -American struggle on the eve of Japan's new invasion of China
6. New expansion of German imperialism in the Far East
7. Japan's new attack on China and US and British maneuvers 
8. US and British imperialists' support for Japanese aggression in China
9. Attempts by the American-British imperialists to provoke a Japanese-Soviet war
10. Soviet policy of peace and assistance to victims of aggression

PART THREE. Aressia of the USA and England, their contradictions and the anti-imperialist struggle of the peoples at the second stage of the general crisis of capitalism

CHAPTER NINE. THE SECOND WORLD WAR AND THE FORMATION OF THE AMERICAN-ENGLISH BLOC

4. The preparation of Anglo-American military cooperation

CHAPTER TEN. ENGLAND AND THE USA IN THE PACIFIC DURING THE SECOND WORLD WAR

1. Capture by the United States of military and political leadership in the American-British bloc
3. Pro-fascist policy and the disintegration of the Kuomintang government
4. Anglo-American imperialist feuds in the Pacific
5. Anglo-American anti-Soviet intrigues in the Pacific Ocean
7. The decisive role of the USSR in the defeat of the Far Eastern aggressor


CHAPTER ELEVEN. THE INTERVENTION OF AMERICAN IMPERIALISM IN CHINA AND THE ANGLO-AMERICAN CONTRADICTIONS

1. Transformation of Kuomintang China into an American semi-colony and military foothold
2. Economic enslavement of Kuomintang China by American monopolies
3. The government of Chiang Kai-shek is an instrument for the enslavement of the Chinese people by American imperialism
4. The dominion of the American imperialists in Kuomintang China
5. The adventurist policy of American imperialism and the defeat of US aggression in China
6. Aggravation of Anglo-American imperialist contradictions in China

CHAPTER TWELVE. THE VICTORY OF THE ANTI-IMPERIALIST AND ANTI-FEUDAL PEOPLE'S DEMOCRATIC REVOLUTION IN CHINA

1. The Chinese people's war of liberation against US aggression and the defeat of the puppet Kuomintang army
2. The political victories of people's democracy in China and the bankruptcy of US imperialism agents
3. The economic collapse of Kuomintang China after the Second World War and the strike struggle of the working class
4. Democratic transformation in the liberated regions of China during the civil war
5. Soviet support for the anti-imperialist struggle of the Chinese people

CHAPTER THIRTEEN. CHINESE COMMUNIST PARTY- ORGANIZER OF THE LIBERATION STRUGGLE OF THE CHINESE PEOPLE

1. Preconditions and the beginning of the union of socialism with the labor movement in China 
3. The Chinese Communist Party is the organizer and leader of the anti-imperialist struggle of the Chinese people
4. The Chinese Communist Party is the inspirer and leader of the anti-feudal struggle of the Chinese people
5. The Chinese the Communist Party is the organizer and leader of the armed forces of the Chinese people
6. The Chinese Communist Party in the struggle for the proletarian leadership of the liberation movement

CHAPTER FOURTEEN. THE AMERICAN POLICY OF TURNING JAPAN INTO A MILITARY BRIDGE AND A US COLONY

1. Creation by US imperialism of its agents in Japan in the person of war criminals who are traitors to the people
2. The Zaibatsu and the Japanese monarchy at the head of the bloody imperialist aggression
3. US imperialism patronizes the financial cliques, monarchy and landowners of Japan
4. Economic enslavement of the Japanese people by US imperialism
5. Politics turning Japan into a tool of Wall Street
6. The revival of Japanese militarism to use it as a US clerk in the Far East bloc
7. Anglo-American contradictions in Japan

CHAPTER FIFTEEN. THE STRUGGLE OF DEMOCRATIC FORCES AGAINST US IMPERIALIST POLICY IN JAPAN

1. Soviet policy of peace, defense of the security of the peoples and independence of the Japanese people

CHAPTER SIXTEEN. US AND ENGLISH AGGRESSION IN SOUTH-EAST ASIA AFTER THE SECOND WORLD WAR AND THE CONTRADICTION BETWEEN ENGLISH AND AMERICAN IMPERIALISM

1. The enslavement of the countries of Southeast Asia by imperialist monopolies
2. The post-war economic expansion of American capital in Southeast Asia and the ousting of England
3. The difficult economic situation of the countries of Southeast Asia and the intensification of imperialist expansion
4. British and American aggression in Indonesia
5. The ousting of the British colonialists by the American imperialists in Thailand
7. The American policy of enslaving the Philippine people

CHAPTER SEVENTEEN. THE ANTI-IMPERIALIST AND ANTI-FEUDAL LIBERATION STRUGGLE OF THE PEOPLES OF SOUTH-EAST ASIA AND KOREA

1. The collapse of the colonial system of imperialism after the Second World War
3. The further decline in the living standards of the working people of the colonial and dependent countries
4. The working class of the colonies and its vanguard - the communist and labor parties at the head of the liberation struggle
7. The Indonesian people in the struggle against the imperialist enslavers
8. The Burmese people in the struggle for national independence and democracy
9. The anti-imperialist liberation war of the peoples of Malaya and the Philippines
10. The Socialist Camp of the World and the Liberation Struggle of the Oppressed Peoples

CHAPTER EIGHTEEN. AMERICAN AGGRESSION, ENGLISH IMPERIALISM AND THE BRITISH DOMINIONS IN THE PACIFIC

1. American expansion in Canada and Australia
2. American imperialism in Australia and New Zealand before and during the Second World War
3. Australian-Anglo-American contradictions after the Second World War
4. Seizure of the Pacific Islands by the United States and the construction of American military bases
5. Colonial enslavement of Canada by the American financial oligarchy
6. Democratic forces of Canada, Australia and New Zealand in the struggle against American aggression, for peace and independence

CHAPTER NINETEEN. SOVIET POLICY OF FIGHTING AGAINST AGGRESSION, FOR PEACE AND SECURITY

1. The defeat of the intervention of US imperialism by the Soviet people 
2. The Soviet Union in the struggle to develop peaceful and friendly relations with the peoples of the Pacific countries
3. The successful economic development of the Soviet Union is an important factor in strengthening peace
4. The Soviet Union is a mighty force in the struggle against US imperialist aggression after World War II

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