Was there any attempt by China to strike mainland Japan itself during the War?

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Caesar95
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Was there any attempt by China to strike mainland Japan itself during the War?

Post by Caesar95 » 15 Dec 2015 12:53

Through aerial bombing etc during WW2

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Re: Was there any attempt by China to strike mainland Japan itself during the War?

Post by L1E1 » 15 Dec 2015 13:16

Chinese did one leaflets bombing by 2 B-10B Martin bombers in May 19, 1938 assertions that they dropped leaflets in lieu of bombs for humanitarian reasons.

The Martin bomber flown by the Chinese had a combat range of 1,240 miles or 15 per cent longer than the round trip 1,080 miles between Ningpo and Nagasaki.

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Re: Was there any attempt by China to strike mainland Japan itself during the War?

Post by Robert24 » 23 Jan 2016 23:04

Yes, I read a good article in Strategy and Tactics magazine, also look at this website, but that is only a guess http://surfcity.kund.dalnet.se/sino-japanese.htm

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