Indian Army During WW2

Indian Army During WW2

The British Indian Army was the largest volunteer army in history with over 2.5 million men. They fought in World War II in 1939. They fought in different divisions such as Infantry Armor Fledgling airborne...
The Battle of Hong-Kong

The Battle of Hong-Kong

Among the first battles of the Pacific War was The Battle of Hong Kong alias the Defence of Hong Kong which took place in the Second World War. On 8 December 1941, the Japanese Empire...
second sino japanese war

What Actually Started the Second Sino-Japanese War?

The second Sino-Japanese war took place from 1937 to 1945. The war broke out because of Chinese resistance against Japanese influence in its territory. The war wasn't declared until December 9, 1941, and it was...
Marco Polo Bridge incident in July 1937

What Was The Marco Polo Bridge Incident

The Marco Polo Bridge incident is a dispute that erupted between the Chinese and Japanese near the Marco Polo Bridge in 1937. Here's what happened... Japan started occupying China's territories in 1937 like Manchuria (Northeast China)...

Forgotten Ally: China’s World War II, 1937-1945 – How the Second World War affected...

A majority of the available literature on World War II has overlooked the influence China had on the war. Two years before German Ruler Adolf Hitler attacked Poland, China was already battling with Japan....

China: The Real Eastern Front

The attack on the Pearl Harbor by the Japanese in 1941 signified the beginning of World War II in the Asia-Pacific region. Before that, the Japanese had occupied Chinese territory for over a decade....

The Role of Hong Kong in World War II

Japan attacked in China in 1937. Within a year, the Japanese had taken over a sizeable portion of Chinese territory. This included Guangdong province, a region that borders Hong Kong to the north. As...

Jews Occupied In China

The Jews who lived in China between 1845-1945 were mainly from Austria, Germany, and Poland. They migrated to Shanghai China mostly between the 1930s and early to mid-1940s. The Jews had the worst in...

The Unacknowledged Role of China in World War II

Often, Great Britain, the United States and the Soviet Union got most of the recognition for the contributions to World War II. However, these countries were not the first to mount a resistance against...

The Social Impacts of World War II On China

Three months after the defeat of Germany, the Soviet Union marshaled its troops to fight against Japan. The attack followed an agreement at the Yalta Conference. Initially, the Soviet army invaded Manchuria, spelling an...

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