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Water transportation during Sino-Japanese War

Wang, Kuang

Water transportation during Sino-Japanese War

by Wang, Kuang

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Published by The Institute in Taipei, Taiwan, China .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Other titlesIntroduction to Professor Wang Kuang"s series of books on transportation. 1963., Water transportation during Sino-Japanese War., Introduction to Professor Wang Kuang"s series of books on transportation.
Statementby Wang Kuang. Introduction to Professor Wang Kuang"s series of books on transportation / by China Maritime Institute.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsMLCS 89/15593 (H)
The Physical Object
Pagination35, 29, 45 p. ;
Number of Pages45
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1819165M
LC Control Number89827303

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  The Sino-Japanese Naval War of During the Sino-Japanese War of , a fleet engagement turned Asia’s Sinocentric order upside down in Author: James R. Holmes.   Creation: In the late by the Qing government Alliance: China Leader During the Sino Japanese War: General Yuan Shi-kai The Beiyang Army was the first modern military of China. It was the prime army of the Chinese during the 1st Sino-Japanese War. After the War, the army was used to modernized the rest of the Chinese military.

During the Sino-Japanese war, Japan had mobilized , soldiers. Only 1, died in combat, but many more as a result of harsh weather conditions in the Manchurian winter. The swift victory of the Japanese troops was achieved because of the massive and systematic modernization of Japan after the Meiji Restoration. First Sino-Japanese War ()-- The first conflict between China and Japan took place over who would control Korea, a small nation located between them. Japan defeated the technologically inferior Chinese forces, and gained control of Korea. Japan would rule Korea until the end of World War Two in


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