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China vs Japan in WWII

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brandon vesper

on 27 April 2010

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Transcript of China vs Japan in WWII

World War 2 was the most violent armed conflict in the history of mankind. In July 1937 China was defeated
and pushed from Shanghai. China gained resources
from the United States In December 1937 the Japanesetook
Nanjing, the Kuomintang capital. Chiang's army received $250 million worth of tanks,
trucks, and aircraft from the Soviet Union Roosevelt approved $25 million in military aid to China on 19 December 1940, permitting the Chinese to purchase one hundred P 40 pursuit aircraft China vs Japan in WWII
By: Brandon Vesper The Chinese force retreated to India where he laid plans for retraining the Chinese Army for sustained offensive operations to retake Burma and take the offensive in China itself.

China led its integration into the U.S. Army Air Forces
on 6 July 1942 as the China Air Task Force. During the Nanking massacre, thousands of civilians were murdered and women were raped by soldiers of the Imperial Japanese Army. Japanese victories did not bring the collapse of Chinese resistance that Japan had hoped to achieve, instead the Chinese government relocated inland to Chongqing to continue their resistance. The chinese probably would have become a world empire and
would have been feared and could of attacked the United States.
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