Sino-Japanese War


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Noun1.Sino-Japanese War - a war between China and Japan (1894 and 1895) over the control of the Korean PeninsulaSino-Japanese War - a war between China and Japan (1894 and 1895) over the control of the Korean Peninsula; China was overwhelmingly defeated at Port Arthur
Manchuria - a region in northeastern China
Dae-Han-Min-Gook, Han-Gook, Korea, Korean Peninsula - an Asian peninsula (off Manchuria) separating the Yellow Sea and the Sea of Japan; the Korean name is Dae-Han-Min-Gook or Han-Gook
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He said his garden hoe struck "something solid", and he opened the bag to find the rusty hand grenade inside thought to be from the Chinese Civil War (1927 to 1950) or the Second Sino-Japanese War (1937 to 1945).
He describes events like the Chinese Revolution in 191l, the Second Sino-Japanese War, how the People's Liberation Army was armed and trained by the Soviets, and the final demise of the Kuomintang in 1949.
During the Second Sino-Japanese War and WWII, a total of 207,183 Taiwanese served in the military of Imperial Japan, with 30,304 declared killed or missing in action.
It is the first high-level economic dialogue between the nations in eight years, a period marked by tensions regarding territorial disputes and historical enmity in relation to the Sino-Japanese War. China's Wang referred to the next stage in bilateral relations as"an important phase of improvement and growth," according to Kyodo.
The uninhabited islands were historically part of China before being annexed by Japan following their victory during the First Sino-Japanese War in 1895.
The first Sino-Japanese War formed the backdrop to the arrival of English travel writer Isabella Bird in Korea in January 1895.
The 8mm Nambu round was in service for more than 40 years from the Sino-Japanese war through World War II.
He also stressed the Korean and Chinese risked their lives and helped each other during the peak of the Sino-Japanese War. (end) mk.rk
Eight chapters examine territory, cross-border dialogue, and processes of reconciliation; historiography and the path to Korean reconciliation; the second Sino-Japanese war in Chinese movies; gender and representations of the Second World War in Tokyo museums, museums and the contested memory of the Korean war; art, photography, and remembrance of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima; and memories of Korean kamikaze pilots in Japan and Korea.
Kotnis in very high regard as he was one of the five Indian physicians who had provided medical assistance during the second Sino-Japanese war in 1938.
The figure 731 evokes a notorious covert chemical and biological research unit of the Japanese military that conducted human experiments during the Sino-Japanese War and World War II.

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