Shanghai 1932

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Post by Peter H » 17 Jul 2006 10:23

The 1932 peace agreement returned Japanese units to their Concession in Shanghai.For the Chinese their regular troops were to remain 20 miles outside Shanghai.This boundary came to be refered to as the demilitarised zone even though legally it wasn't.

Shanghai was only allowed to be occupied by Chinese Peace Preservation units as such.I assume these were lightly equipped infantry that had a policing role.

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Post by asiaticus » 26 Jun 2007 19:49

Another account of the 1932 fighting:

http://www.republicanchina.org/Shanghai ... on1932.pdf

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Post by tigre » 27 Jun 2007 03:05

Thank you asiaticus, glad to join again. I'm looking for more articles. See all soon. Tigre

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Post by Peter H » 27 Jun 2007 10:33

Is that articvle correct?The Japanese bombed Nanking in 1932??

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Post by Peter H » 27 Jun 2007 10:37

Something on the anti-Japanese boycott of 1931 that stirred things as well:

http://www.press.umich.edu/pdf/0472111655-intro.pdf

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Re: Shanghai 1932

Post by Peter H » 11 Apr 2010 02:14

Same source.

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Post by Peter H » 11 Apr 2010 02:16

Same source.

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Post by oirob » 16 Apr 2010 11:50

Digitized newspaper from the National Library of Australia:
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Post by Peter H » 16 Apr 2010 13:09

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Post by Peter H » 16 Apr 2010 13:11

Same source.
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Re: Shanghai 1932

Post by Peter H » 16 Apr 2010 13:17

Same source.

Tough Chinese veterans of the battle.

According to Edward Drea Japan's Imperial Army page 171:
...violently anti-Japanese soldiers from Guangzhou(Canton) [19th Route Army]...spearheaded the resistance to the latest Japanese aggression...the tenacious Chinese defenders took advantage of the numerous creeks and channels that intersected the area north of Shanghai to slow the Japanese attackers...
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