Second Guangxi Campaign
Part of the Second Sino-Japanese War, World War II
DateApril 1945 – August 1945
Location
Result Chinese victory[1]
Belligerents
Republic of China (1912–1949) China Empire of Japan Japan
Commanders and leaders
Republic of China (1912–1949) Zhang Fakui
Republic of China (1912–1949) Tang Enbo
Empire of Japan Yukio Kasahara
Strength
600,000 660,000
Casualties and losses
unknown unknown
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The Second Guangxi campaign (Chinese: 桂柳反攻作戰) was a three-front Chinese counter offensive to retake the last major Japanese stronghold in Guangxi province, South China during April–August 1945. The campaign was successful, and plans were being made to mop up the remaining scattered Japanese troops in the vicinity of Shanghai and the east coast when the Soviets invaded Manchuria, the Americans dropped atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, leading to Japan's surrender and ending the eight-year-long Second Sino-Japanese War.[2]

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References

  1. ^ Tucker, Spencer. The Roots and Consequences of Civil Wars and Revolutions: Conflicts that Changed World History. p. 336.
  2. ^ Linchao, Han (September 2015). "The U.S. Was the True Mainstay in the Fight Against Japan in World War II". China Change.