Sino-Japanese War

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Synonyms for Sino-Japanese War

a war between China and Japan (1894 and 1895) over the control of the Korean Peninsula

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For Chinese people, the far-reaching impact of the Sino-Japanese War is beyond measurement.
This large tapestry of a book deals with the most important stages of conflict, from the start of the Sino-Japanese war through to Germany's invasion of France and most of central and Eastern Europe, and Hitler's failed invasion of the Soviet Union.
The Sino-Japanese War and post-World War II hardships forced Japan to consider other sources of nutrition.
This is the lesson of the Sino-Japanese War of 1894-95, the Russo-Japanese War of 1904-05, the Sino-Japanese War of 1937-45, and the Pacific War of 1941-45.
In Beijing, the country's top leaders including President Hu Jintao and Premier Wen Jiabao presented wreaths at a service remembering war dead held near the Marco Polo Bridge where a skirmish on July 7, 1937, marked the start of the second Sino-Japanese War, the China News Service reported.
Meanwhile, Vatsala Kotnis, sister of Dwarkanath Kotnis, an Indian who provided medical assistance during the Sino-Japanese war in the 1930s, Friday met President Pratibha Patil and invited her to open a memorial to her brother in their home state Maharashtra.
Given the centrality of China to his argument, it is unfortunate that he did not engage an assistant for access to some of the vast literature produced in China and Taiwan in recent years on the Sino-Japanese War.
The current Chinese government obstinately insists that there was a 'Japanese invasion', but Japan obtained its interests in the Chinese mainland legally under international law through the Sino-Japanese War, the Russo-Japanese War, and so on, and it placed its troops there based on treaties in order to protect those interests," Tamogami wrote.
He is famous for the pursuit of this ideal and for his prophetic criticisms of Japanese foreign policy, starting with his disappointment at the demands made of China in 1895, after the Sino-Japanese War.
Meanwhile, he proposed launching a joint research project on the Sino-Japanese war by allowing historians from third countries to participate, if necessary.
Already occupied by the Japanese during the Sino-Japanese war, Shanghai wasn't much of a sanctuary: The refugees were crammed into a de facto ghetto in a squalid, impoverished district called Hong Kew.
Taiwan was seized by Japan from the decaying Chinese Empire in 1895 as part of the settlement of the Sino-Japanese war.
They also attempted to use issues and events in Asia such as the Sino-Japanese War, the Boxer Uprising, and the Russo-Japanese War to expose American racism and to gobalize issues of racial oppression.
The two countries signed a separate memorandum last July committing Japan to provide the necessary funds, facilities, experts and other resources to clean up the weapons, which were abandoned by Japanese forces during the 1937-1945 Sino-Japanese War.
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