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Stilwell

Joseph W(arren), known as Vinegar Joe. 1883--1946, US general, who was (1941--44) Chiang Kai-shek's chief of staff and commander of all US forces in China, Burma (Myanmar), and India
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respected journalists on behalf of Stilwell in particular and his positions on China in general.
Stilwell Road, built during World War II was formerly known as Ledo Road and was renamed after American General Joseph Stilwell in 1945.
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The road is named after the American General Joseph Stilwell who was the chief of staff of the China- Burma- India war theatre.
Meanwhile, the other side of Stilwell continues to evolve.
Touching on a number of recent films, Stilwell examines the role of the record as a memento and "building [block] of self" for female collectors for whom the relationship with recorded music is more intimate than the traditional male collector who compiles a collection for the sake of collecting rather than the meaning of the recordings collected.
Although all the figures mentioned appear in American historical standards like Stilwell and the American Experience in China and the US Army Green Books, the British usually serve as a backdrop of supporting characters.