David D. BUCK

Franklin D. Roosevelt, Winston Churchill, a group of advisors, and China’s minister of foreign affairs, Soong Ziwen (known to Westerners as T. V. Soong) in Washington D.C., 25 September 1942. NATIONAL ARCHIVES.

A member of a wealthy Shanghai Christian family prominent in the Chinese Nationalist Party, Soong Ziwen served in major financial and diplomatic posts under the two pre-1949 leaders of the Nationalist Party. The two men, President Sun Yat-sen

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