The Sino-Japanese War 1937-1945 and the Birth of Modern China China and Japan are two of the most powerful countries in South-East Asia. Since the two countries are so close together and because they both have had and in many cases currently have imperial ambitions means that they have often experienced conflict. The perfect example of the conflicts that have developed between these two countries was the Sino-Japanese war of 1937-1945(Gray 271). This war resulted in huge loses for both the Japanese and the Chinese. For example, in Revolution and its Past R. Keith Schoppa explains how approximately 20 million Chinese died in the war(Schoppa 261). This essay will look at what happened during the Sino-Japanese War. This will include the major...The end:
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