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China in WW2

Written by guest on Thursday, April 30th, 2009 at 1:03 am
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The following is circulated to me by my friends on China during World War 2. They are commented by American government to tell Americans why they were sent to fight Japanese (thanks, Americans). I also include 12 pictures (out of 34) on Nanjing that I hope Allen or some one will write a post on Nanjing.

They’re circulated in the internet, so I do not claim any credit or steel the thunder from my friends.


Please stroll down the page to go the following websites to see 具有珍貴歷史價值的近 代記錄.











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3 Responses to “China in WW2”

  1. TonyP4 Says:

    I watched 2 so far. It is entertaining and informative. We need to thank Americans to send soldiers to China no matter what their original motives were. The natural resources per capita were not that great as described in the video clips.

  2. Nimrod Says:

    It’s a propaganda film, just like Joseph Stalin became Uncle Joe during World War II due to the alliance.

    Isn’t it interesting that the exact same country can be described in two completely different ways before and during the Cold War?

  3. TonyP4 Says:

    It is propaganda film for sure, but it is quite cool.

    In Hong Kong, they did not teach much about WW2 in our history (I believe we did not know much about the Opium War). It could be the same for China I suspect. It could be the war was led by KMT.

    Modern history is more important for us than history 2,000 years ago to me.

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