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20世纪初胶济与津浦铁路的连接问题及相关思考
王斌
2012-09
Source Publication中国科技史杂志
Volume33Issue:3Pages:355-365
Abstract建成于20世纪初的胶济与津浦铁路由于路权归属不同,在实现连接的过程中遇到中德两国国家利益间的冲突,各自分别建了独立的济南车站和黄台桥车站。借助德文档案,详细考察两路在连接过程中所遇到的阻碍及其解决方案,并结合其他案例分析,认为铁路线的连接和车站的设置,除与地理、人口、技术及费用等因素有关,更是涉及利益的重要问题,是各方利益权衡与较量的结果,也是中国在中外冲突的时代背景下被迫进入现代化进程中所不得不面对的挑战。
Other AbstractThe Kiaotsi and Tsinpu Railways, which were constructed in the early 20th century, were a focus for conflicts of interest between the Chinese and German states due to their different rights of way, and separately built Tsinan Station and Huangtaiqiao Station respectively. With the aid of German archives, this paper studies in detail the challenges faced during the process of connecting the two railways and the solutions found. Through the analysis of other related cases, it argues that, besides the geographical, population, technological and budgetary factors, the connection of the rail- ways and the arrangement of stations were more often related to questions of interest, the outcome of the weighing up of benefits, and the inevitable challenges which China had to face during her forced modernization against the background of Sino-foreign conflict.
Keyword胶济铁路 津浦铁路
Subject Area交通史
Language中文
Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://ir.ihns.ac.cn/handle/311051/1746
Collection中国近现代科技史
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王斌. 20世纪初胶济与津浦铁路的连接问题及相关思考[J]. 中国科技史杂志,2012,33(3):355-365.
APA 王斌.(2012).20世纪初胶济与津浦铁路的连接问题及相关思考.中国科技史杂志,33(3),355-365.
MLA 王斌."20世纪初胶济与津浦铁路的连接问题及相关思考".中国科技史杂志 33.3(2012):355-365.
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