China Incident


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China Incident:

see Sino-Japanese War, SecondSino-Japanese War, Second,
1937–45, conflict between Japanese and Chinese forces for control of the Chinese mainland. The war sapped the Nationalist government's strength while allowing the Communists to gain control over large areas through organization of guerrilla units.
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In the China incident, which fortunately did not result in deaths, the students barricaded themselves in classrooms and hid during the attack.
In the April 13 Public Forum regarding the China incident, the letter by Albert Obregon suggests that we were caught with our fingers in the cookie jar, and a second letter, by John Smart, criticizes us for groveling in our negotiations with China.

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