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Battle of Xuzhou

bloody mountains and rivers

ByYU ZA

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"Battle of Xuzhou" Preface The Battle of Xuzhou was an unexpected battle. After the Japanese army occupied Nanjing at the end of 1937, they lost their offensive direction, and the Nanjing Massacre aroused great international condemnation, and the Japanese military was also a little disgraced. Now that these places are occupied, and such a big problem is caused, some people in Japan feel that they need to take a break, digest and digest, and then rectify the army. The Japanese base camp began to study several issues: 1. Occupy Xuzhou and open up the Jinpu Line; 2. Occupy Zhengzhou; 3. Occupy Guangzhou; 4. How to exert military pressure on the Wuhan regime. After studying for a long time with an abacus and weighing the current jin liang, the Japanese base camp concluded that it would not move for the time being until the end of August 1938. Consolidate the existing situation and take the principle of absolutely not launching new exhibitions. The wording of the Japanese base camp is: absolutely do not launch. Judging from the consequences of the Chinese side, the Battle of Xuzhou was a battle with "no" results. It was a battle that could be postponed for half a year. It was a battle that took only 42 days and wiped out the 5th War Zone. This was a battle. It was a battle that lost half of the 1st theater of operations. This was a battle that ended with the opening of Huayuankou. This was a battle that changed Japan's policy and process of the war against China. This was a battle that allowed the Wuhan battle to unfold passively. This is a battle that drags China into a more severe situation. So since the Japanese didn't want to fight at first, how did this big war start? How did the Battle of Xuzhou go on? All kinds of textbooks are actually vague. What everyone knows is the so-called "Taierzhuang Victory". In fact, this "Taierzhuang Victory" has another truth. Nowadays, there are basically no reliable monuments, plaques, sculptures and portraits erected in Taierzhuang. . The battle after the "Taierzhuang Victory" was more brutal and larger, and this was the real Xuzhou battle. So how did the Battle of Xuzhou end? It can be said that almost no one has figured it out, even Li Dongfang, who was trained by Liang Qichao, a master of Chinese studies, and who also studied under Professor Madier, an authority on French history, a "world-class scholar" who has studied both China and the West, and "the first person to teach history in the East".

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Publication Date
Nov 26, 2022
Language
Chinese
ISBN
9798987372333
Category
History
Copyright
All Rights Reserved - Standard Copyright License
Contributors
By (author): YU ZA

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Pages
533
Binding
Paperback
Interior Color
Black & White
Dimensions
Executive (7 x 10 in / 178 x 254 mm)

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