Tuberculosis in China before, during, and after the Sino-Japanese War

@inproceedings{Murray2018TuberculosisIC,
  title={Tuberculosis in China before, during, and after the Sino-Japanese War},
  author={J. Murray},
  year={2018}
}
The second Sino-Japanese War has 2 different start dates, first 1937, and September 18, 1931, the date the Imperial Japanese Army invaded Manchuria. Furthermore, meet 2 Chinese men who played important roles in the civil war that consumed China from the 1920s to its end in 1949: Chiang Kai-shek, leader of the Nationalist Army, and Mao Zedong, active member, then chairman of the Chinese Communist Party. An early key event was the Shanghai War of 1931-1932, which lasted only 33 days and the… Expand
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