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Did china have any involvement in WW2?

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Answer #1 | 30/12 2013 03:48
They were occupied on the Eastern front by the Japanese, from Manchuria to Hong Kong, Macau (the Unfurling of the Japanese Fan). At the same time the army was trying to fight Japan and also the internal civil war was going on.
Answer #2 | 30/12 2013 04:47
Yes they had major involvement in it
Answer #3 | 30/12 2013 04:33
They were actually victim of war.
Answer #4 | 30/12 2013 05:28
American volunteers called the Flying Tigers went to China to fly against the Japanese. This was before official American involvement after Pearl Harbor.
Answer #5 | 30/12 2013 05:20
The China Theater of Operations more resembled the Soviet-German war on the Eastern Front than the war in the Pacific or the war in Western Europe. On the Asian continent, as on the Eastern Front, an Allied partner, China, carried the brunt of the fighting. China had been at war with Japan since 1937 and continued the fight until the Japanese surrender in 1945. The United States advised and supported China's ground war, while basing only a few of its own units in China for operations against Japanese forces in the region and Japan itself. The primary American goal was to keep the Chinese actively in the Allied war camp, thereby tying down Japanese forces that otherwise might be deployed against the Allies fighting in the Pacific.
Answer #6 | 31/12 2013 02:50
yes they sent 300,000 soldiers to Burma to help prevent Japan Moving into India and they fought the Japanese in China from about 1927
Answer #7 | 30/12 2013 09:32
The large majority of Japanese troops in World War II were stationed in China and Manchuria. For comparison, Germany never had to bother putting that many troops up against the British in that minor side theater of the war, which was not nearly so large. It's true that Chiang spent more effort marshalling his troops for an eventual fight with Mao's reds than he did actually fighting the Japanese, but there was for the most part an uneasy truce between the two, with at least in principle a higher priority given to the common enemy. These days, the ignorant often wail against the number of civilians killed by the US use of the atom bomb at Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Total those two, and the tally is about equal to the number of Chinese civilians killed EVERY MONTH by the Japanese from 1937 to 1945.
Answer #8 | 30/12 2013 06:41
They were partially occupied by Japan before the war began, and during the war Chinese forces fighting the Japanese received support from the Allies.

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