Nationalist China
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Historical Background:

The Second Sino-Japanese War was fought between the Chinese and Japanese armies, mostly on Chinese soil, during the late 1930s and early 1940s. Western historians generally view the Second Sino-Japanese War as a theater of World War II. During this war, the Chinese Army had two severe handicaps. First, the Chinese army was ill-equipped, with significantly less advanced military technology than the Japanese and its allies. Second, the Chinese army lacked political unity. Because the Guomindang and the Chinese Communist Party had not reconciled before 1937, when Japanese troops invaded Chinese territory, these two groups were forced to paper over important differences for the duration of the war, occasionally leading them to destructively hinder each other's efforts to defeat the Japanese.

Strategies

China is a very tough nation to play by itself. Unfortunately most units seems to be cheap, but significantly flawed.

Units represented in Axis and Allies Miniature

Aircraft

Vehicles - Tanks:

Soldier - Officer:

Soldier:

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