进退维谷: 自由丹麦、中国突击队和中英竞争(1941-1942)

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China Commando Group was set up in 1941, funded by Great Britain and manned primarily with Danish volunteers and British servicemen, but also consisting of a variety of other nationalities. Its purpose was to train and equip Chinese guerrilla groups, forcing Japan to allocate a large number of troops to the China theatre. Despite initially high expectations, the unit never became fully operative, as it was hampered by British bureaucratic inefficiency and mutual Sino-British suspicions. This paper gives a brief outline of the unit’s history, based partly on Danish sources not previously used by historians outside Denmark, and also explores in greater detail the recruitment to China Commando Group, the unit’s relationship to its British superiors and its Chinese allies, and the reactions of its members to its eventual failure.
OriginalsprogKinesisk
Publikationsdato23 maj 2015
Antal sider10
StatusUdgivet - 23 maj 2015
BegivenhedThe War of Resistance and Chinese Society - Yichang, Kina
Varighed: 23 maj 201524 maj 2015
http://jds.cssn.cn/xwkx/zxxx/201605/t20160506_3334150.shtml

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KonferenceThe War of Resistance and Chinese Society
LandKina
ByYichang
Periode23/05/201524/05/2015
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