When Japan Invaded Shanghai: Echoesby
Japan’s imperial ambitions on mainland Asia, driven in part by shortages of industrial raw materials, exploded onto the global scene in September 1931. Chinese hostility to Japanese economic policies had led to boycotts, reducing Japan's export sales to China by 60 percent in nine months.
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