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JAPAN FOUGHT AGAINST NAZIS IN CHINA January 18, 2007

Posted by TAMAGAWABOAT in Blogroll, History, Nanking Massacre, Ted Leonsis.
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zb26281.jpgZB 26 was a Czechoslovakian light machine gun developed by Brno in the 1920s, which went on to enter service with several countries. This light machine gun was used also by the Arp091.gifmy of China national party, Japanese Army fought hard against this arms.
 
From where did China import this arms? image10911196281.jpgIt is famous that Nazis Germany was supporting the Army of China national party that fought against Japanese Army.  Nazis Germany sent to China the Military Advisor Group. Number of Advisor group was 60. The chief of the Military Advisor Group was Alexander von Falkenhausen(1878 – 1966).  He planned main tactics to fight against Japanese Army and advised Chiang Kai-shek also about the tactics of Nanjing defense.  Some persons sometimes image161c1.jpginsisted, “Nazis Germany was in the alliance with Japan,  so, Nazis Germany cannot have supported China.”  This is just misunderstanding about history. The fall of Nanking by Japanese Troops was in Dec. 1937.  Three-Power Pact (Japan/Germany/Italy) was ratified in Sep.27, 1940.  It is 1936 that the Anti-communism treaty was ratified among these three countries) Republic of China was not communist country. 

200px-wang_and_nazis1.jpgJohn Rabe who was a member of NSDAP and also head of Siemens’ 220px-nra_germandivs_inspection1.jpgNanking branch office,  was dealing in arms to support Chinese Army.  John Rabe was the person who had business-interest in Japan-Sino War.  He was one of persons who were disappointed at the fall of Nanking. 

I heard from the news that the dairy of Rabe was discovered to prove “Nanking Massacre”.  The press man said, “A German who was friendly to Japan describes the then situation objectivery. In that sence, I think its value as the historical materials is higher than the testimony of the American clergyman (John Maggie), who was 180px-johnrabe1.jpgallegedly hostile to Japan”.  I laughed to hear that.   Because Japan fought against Nazis at Japan-Sino War.  The Nazis was very coward and weak.

 ナチス・ドイツは、中国国民党軍を支援するために、ファルケンハウゼンをはじめとする60人ほどの軍事顧問団を送っていた。彼らは中国軍の指揮・作戦・部隊の教練に深く関わり、さらには大量の武器供与を行っていた。上海・南京の作戦では、ファルケンハウゼンはさまざなアドバイスを蒋介石に行っている。ナarton4291.jpgチスの党員であり、シーメンス南京支社長のジョン・ラーべは当然ながら、この武器の取引に深く関わっており、南京陥落を苦々しい思いで迎えた欧米人のひとりであったのだ。そのラーべが書いた日記が中国によって捏造されたことは十分に理解しているが、それにしてもラーべを「親日的なドイツ人」と宣伝してしまう部分が非常に稚拙で中国らしい。残念ですが、南京にドイツ人の杉原千畝は必要ありませんでした。

加筆: 日本人の方で日中戦争のことをSino-Japan Warと呼ぶ人がいらっしゃいますが、どうも感心しません。きちんとJapan-Sino Warと呼びましょう。こちらのほうが語呂もいいです。
(※文中の写真をご自分のブログ中に使用したいという方がいらっしいましたら、ご遠慮なくご使用ください。)

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1. Duncan - March 4, 2007

It was the truth that nazi germany had supported the nationalist party in China by providing armaments and training to its army prior to World War II. However, what purpose does it serve, saying that “Japan fought against Nazis in China?” Is it used to justify the invasion? The Japanese were in fact “saviors” to liberate the Chinese from a nazi regime? If so, why did Japan choose to ally itself with Germany afterwards?

I am also intrigued with your last statement about the cowardly and weak Chinese soldiers. From 1937 to 1941, China fought alone, not to mention that it was in the midst of a civil war with vastly inferior weaponry. If they had been as you had described it, then China would have fallen long before the Japanese surrender. If you know the reason as to why Japan was unable to capture China whole, please tell me, although that’s quite off-topic.

2. AresTitan - March 5, 2007

Your entire article is basically an opininated excuse to for Japan’s invasion of China. By the way, if chiense soldiers were as pathetic and weak as you say, why was Japan only capable of taking a small narrow strip of land along China’s coast? Oh wait I remember, it’s because Japs sodliers can’t fight like real men and relies heavily on naval bombardment from their warships.

3. AresTitan - March 5, 2007

Your entire article is basically an opininated excuse to for Japan’s invasion of China. By the way, if chiense soldiers were as pathetic and weak as you say, why was Japan only capable of taking a small narrow strip of land along China’s coast? Oh wait I remember, it’s because Japs sodliers can’t fight like real men and relies heavily on naval bombardment from their warships.

4. Greg - April 16, 2007

Do you just start making this stuff up?

Germany never fought Japan in 1937. Germany supplied weaponry to China and helped develop the military and infrastructure. Mauser rifles were also being manufactured in many European countries under license from the German company… right up until the Nazi’s were banging on the loading dock. They simply took over factories and kept the war machine going.

The military industrial complex always seems to outlive their customer base. BMW, Mitsubishi, Mercedes, Kawasaki, Porsche, Hitachi… win lose or draw most come out smelling like a rose.

You can’t always tell who’s fighting whom by the manufacturer of the gun. Case in point, I’m sure the US has lost a few helicopters to Stinger missles given to the Afghanis in the 80′s but that doesn’t mean we were at war with Russia.

If you are interested in this area check out Karl Haushofer; he was a big player after WWI in what the Germans called Geopolitics – or simply put the science behind the Germany’s push for world domination.

Stop the trolling and bring us real intriguing things about the whole Japan/WWII thing. I know you’ve got it in you.

5. AznVengence - May 31, 2007

You’re a complete dumbass…

6. DS - September 17, 2007

Err…………………………Weren’t your nation are the one who JOINING THE NAZI GROUPs?Mr Boat you are the NAZI!

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8. かわにゃ - March 5, 2008

Alfred Graf von Schlieffen who was a Chief Staff of the German Army planned the pre-emptive attack to France . It was beginning of WW1.

Alexander von Falkenhausen who was a General Staff Officer of Nazis army planned the pre-emptive attack to Japanese in Shanghai China. And Chinese dictator Generalissimo Chiang Kai-Shek carried out the invasion with von Falkenhausen in Shanghai Aug 13,1937. That was beginning of Japanese-Sino War2.

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9. かわにゃ - March 5, 2008

World War Ⅱ did not begin in 1939 in Poland.
It began in Shanghai of China in Aug 13,1937. Firstly a half million Chinese soldiers attacked thousands Japanese people there.
Chinese Nationalist Party was led by Generalissimo Chiang Kai-Shek. He was just a dictator. Intellectual persons should read Japanese argument fairly.

The title of the book on amazon is “The Alleged Nanking Massacre : Japan’s rebuttal to China’s forged claims” .

Thank you.

10. god - March 8, 2008

ur comment ,ur opinion is very logistic. i belive u r collect.
u keep go on . u the man only tell a trueth.

11. jeff - March 21, 2008

wow dude…wow
japan helping china against nazis???wow!!!
japan WAS the nazis in china

12. 中国人 - May 13, 2008

日本人は文化がない…

Japanese are uncivilized.

Why is your language full of Chinese characters and English words? Because you were illiterate before Chinese came and useless before the Americans rebuilt your economy.

13. Anonymous - May 7, 2009

Japanese are uncivilized.

Why is your language full of Chinese characters and English words? Because you were illiterate before Chinese came and useless before the Americans rebuilt your economy.

14. Anonymous - May 11, 2009

WWII in China did not begin in Shanghai; everybody knows it began near Beijing. Marco-Polo-Bridge-Incident; So many mistakes here…Rabe joined NSDAP to get better access to school books for children of german expatriates in Nanjing; but he was surely not a nazi by heart. He didn’t really understand what was going on in Germany, since his last trip back was in the 1920s. no internet at that time, lots of propaganda from all sides (just like here, just like in japan)

15. Lives in Japan - June 1, 2009

The name of your page “as subjectively as possible” Is a joke. You should name it ” Biassed and self serving, right wing denial”
I have been in Japan over 25 yeas and have looked at these histories subjectevely and objectively.
If you would like your page to be more or at least seem to be more credible, you should leave out the personal bias and report the history properly, without bias.
As I have said I love Japan and it is my home now, I know the US has comitted a lot of war crimes and readilly admit it. Look at the history and you will see but only if you look at true histories…Not the biassed B/S histories your right wing professors brainwashed you with.
The average Japanese is STILL to this day convinced of their superiority..look at yourself and your arrogance.
Keep in mind also, that had Japan and her allies the Nazis and Italians etc. won that war, the US and all of the allied nations leaders etc. would have been the war criminals and such.
To the victor go the spoils ….That is the saying and I shudder to think of what the world would be like today had Japan and her allies Hitler and Mussolini, been the victors.

16. Anonymous - June 6, 2011

YOU ARE A COMPLETE DUMB

17. dprk. - July 4, 2011

northkorea

18. Tom - May 28, 2012

“”””Chinese dictator Generalissimo Chiang Kai-Shek carried out the invasion with von Falkenhausen in Shanghai Aug 13,1937. That was beginning of Japanese-Sino War2.”””

Man Please check your fact?
Please look on your map where Shanghai is?
I can understand why Japan invaded China, for all the resource and land etc. but Japan unlike Germany, they still don’t admit it till this day!
Saying they did not commit any war crimes, they were simply there to liberate China from Nazis, Americans, Europeans, maybe Chinese themselves.But man what world do you live in?

19. John - June 21, 2012

Based on reading into all sides, the origin of the China Incident was mutual fault. The International Safety Zone figures complied by Americans, British, and Germans showed 44 homicides of civilians and 386 rapes, some of them multiple, The Japanese also killed about 20,000 Chinese soldiers caught out of uniform or too numerous to be controlled. This was a war crime, but the body count showed that less than 2 per cent of the dead buried by Chinese crews were women and children. Atrocities against civilians were heavuly inflated.. The figures in Iris Chang’s book — undoubdtedly supplied by the Communist government — are 20,000 to 80,000 rapes and 300,000 murders. These figures are totally absurd, as is the attempt to turn Nanking into “The Holocaust of the Pacific.” Many of the photos in the book are clearly fake, though some are real. Nanking was a one-sided battle with a brutal conclusion. Historically, 10 times as man Chinese have been killed by other Chinese as by Japan.


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