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China and Japan Talk War

KenW Wrote: Sep 26, 2012 3:13 PM
When the discussion is about WWII, most think about Euorpe, The German Russian front, and of course, the U.S. Navy and Marines, as well as the Army, and Air Corp island hopping up through the Solomons, Marinas, Phillipine Islands towards Japan, and D-Day.. Being an advid reader of WWII there was a massive battle over China, between the Nationalist Chinese and Communist Chinese, who sided against Japan. The Japanese were very brutal towards their adversaries, especially the Chinamen. I doubt if much of Japan's atrocities were actually taught to the Japanese populace, but on the other hand, enough Chinese survived the War to remember the Japanes aggression.

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