Military and Civil Aspects of the War in China

September 24, 1924

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Military and Civil Aspects of the War in China
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Military and Civil Aspects of the War in China

Military Rivalry

No fundamental economic, social or political differences are responsible for the civil war in China, but rather the rivalry of several military leaders. The opposing forces can be set down only generally in two groups, since the aims of no two factions are identical, except in the desire for control of the Pekin government.

The Factions

(1) General Ho Feng-lin, Defense Commissioner of Shanghai, is in a 11iance with.

(2) General Lu Yung-hsiang, military governor of the province of Checking, adjacent to the city of Shanghai. Shanghai actually lies within the boundaries of the province of Kiangsu of which

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