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Table of Contents for
China Interrupted: Japanese Internment and the Reshaping of a Canadian Missionary Community, by Sonia Grypma

List of Illustrations

Foreword | Margaret (Gale) Wightman

Foreword | Geertje Boschma

Acknowledgements

Abbreviations

Introduction: China Interrupted

Chapter 1 Developing a Mishkid Elite (1910–1934)

Chapter 2 “Call to Live Dangerously” (1935–1938)

Chapter 3 The “New” Missionaries (1939–1940)

Chapter 4 Heeding and Ignoring Consular Advice (1941)

Chapter 5 Practising the Fine Art of House Arrest (1942)

Chapter 6 Adjusting to Columbia Country Club and Yangzhou Camp B (1943)

Chapter 7 “The End of the World has Come”: Pudong Camp (1943–1945)

Conclusion Internment and the Reshaping of a Canadian Missionary Community

Appendices

A Canadian Missionary Nurses in China, April 1941

B All Canadian Nurses Interned in China

Notes

Bibliography

Index