Post 27 about the reinforcements for the Phillipines.
Ok. For the incredibly significant battles at Khalkin Gol, the easiest thing to do is a web search since historians inexplicably ignore this battle.
For the Aug 1941 embargo and demands for disengagement from China as prerequisite for lifting the embargoes, review FR daily postings by Homer J Simpson of NYT clippings.
For details on defense of the Philippines, read:
"They Fought With What They Had: The Story of the Army Air Forces in the Southwest Pacific, 1941-1942", 1951 by Walter D. Edmonds is a treasure trove of data and first hand accounts of the Army Air Corps in the Philippines.
"But Not in Shame" by John Toland has good first hand accounts of fighting in the Philippines including a chapter titled something to the effect of "Tallyho! Bandits over Clark".
"Reminiscences" by Douglas MacArthur also contains important account of not only events of Dec 8, but also an entire history of the U.S. involvement in the Philippines.
As for resupply info, the above three books I cited contain info. "They Fought With What They Had" contains quite a bit of supply/resupply data. Also, in my post 27, I copy-pasted info artillery and infantry units enroute/embarking to the Philippines from http://www.navsource.org/Naval/usarmy.htm
Hope that helps. Let me know if you need anything else.