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Japan and Chinas Role in World War Two Japan and China played a large role in World War II Their roles were interesting and important Japan caused the United States to enter World War Two by the bombing of Pearl Harbor If that didnt occur the United States may not have entered World War II That was a very important step in this war China was more in a war with itself and Japan rather than the rest of the world The Russo Japanese War made Japan a great power during the next quarter of a century But China was still an ancient empire In the late 1920s most of China was united under political and military leadership of Generalissimo Chiang Kai-shek He was born in 1887 He led the Chinese opposition to the Japanese invaders throughout the war When Japan invaded China in 1937 Chiang was head of the ruling Kusrintang Party His capital was at Nanking He continued war with Japan from his new capital Chucking Chiang was made chairman of National Defense Council in 1939 and chief of state in 1943 Americans expected Chiang and China to be the fourth of the great powers after the war until the Nationalists took over the Communists in 1949 Japan overthrew Chiang and captured China This is what started World War Two The Chinese National Governments Army numbered two million poorly trained and equipped troops The Chinese communist army comprising 150000 guerilla troops in Northwest China at first they supported Chiang against the Japanese There were no trained reserves no navy and only a few aircraft with inexperienced Chinese and foreign mercenary pilots In 1937 the Chinese government invited United States Army Corps Captain Claire Chennault to become its aeronautics advisor He accepted and was appointed Colonel in the Chinese Air Force
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