The invading Japanese were only ONE of the problems. Jiang considered the Communists a greater threat than the Japanese. Seems he was right because the Japanese could not defeat him but the Communists did in the end.
If you were aware of Taierzhuang before -- you are a rarity even among military historians.
Most books on WW2 are more likely to mention and even detail Tarawa (35,000 Americans versus 5,000 Japanese) than Taierzhuang.
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