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Dear colleagues - I am teaching an undergraduate seminar on the history of US-China relations and looking for readings on the war that focus on the Chinese and/or US experience. That is, something that goes beyond the familiar military or diplomatic story and touches on the cultural impacts of the war, experiences of soldiers, the home front - something that will give students a more visceral sense of what it might have been like to fight in or live through that war in either the US or China. I would be very grateful for any suggestions (either secondary or primary sources). Please reply to me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org<mailto:email@example.com>. Thanks, Erez Manela Harvard University --