When tigers fight: the story of the Sino-Japanese War, 1937-1945

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Viking Press, 1982 - History - 269 pages
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Chronicles the fierce Sino-Japanese War, a war waged between societies opposite in organization and resources and commanded by remarkable leaders, including Matsui, Generalissimo Jian Jieshi, Diuhara, and the Americans Stilwell and Chennault

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so far seems a good book for ignorant lay-people like me trying to fill in huge gaps in what went on in other parts of the world. Lots of maps -this helps- plus brisk narrative & attention to broad sweep o' stuff going on at the time.... Read full review


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