Shanghai Showdown: How a 1937 Battle with Japan Became China’s Alamo
Here's What You Need To Remember: Japan engaged in diplomatic temper tantrums for the next week, refusing to attend the Nine-Power Conference and claiming that quantities of fresh food were found in the Sihang Warehouse after the siege. This, they said, was proof that Telfer-Smollett and the Britis»»»
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