Map showing the administrative divisions of the Republic of China

Caption   Map showing the administrative divisions of the Republic of China ww2dbase
Added By C. Peter Chen
Added Date 4 Jul 2015

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1. Commenter identity confirmed C. Peter Chen says:
25 May 2015 09:39:44 AM

The administrative divisions of the Republic of China shown on this map are as follows, with description of each location on this map in parenthesis. PROVINCES: Heilongjiang (top right, yellow, borders Russia) Xing'an (top right, pink, borders Russia) Hejiang (top right, pink, borders Russia) Nenjiang (top right, blue) Songjiang (top right, green, borders Korea) Liaobei (top right, dark yellow) Liaoning (top right, yellow) Jilin (top right, yellow) Andong (top right, pink, borders Korea) Rehe (top right, green) Chahar (top center, blue) Hebei (center right, pink) Henan (center right, yellow) Shandong (right, green) Anhui (right, dark yellow) Jiangsu (right, pink) Zhejiang (right, yellow) Jiangxi (bottom right, green) Fujian (right, pink) Taiwan (bottom right, green, island) Hubei (center, pink) Hunan (bottom center, yellow) Guangdong (bottom right, dark yellow) Guangxi (bottom, pink, borders Vietnam/French Indochina) Guizhou (bottom center, green) Yunnan (bottom center, blue, borders Burma and Vietnam/French Indochina) Xikang (center, green) Sichuan (center, dark yellow) Shanxi (center, green) Shaanxi (center, blue) Suiyuan (center, dark yellow) Ningxia (center, green) Gansu (center, pink) Qinghai (center left, yellow) Xijiang (top left, green) AREAS: Menggu (center top, yellow, Mongolia) Xizang (bottom left, green, Tibet) SPECIAL ADMINISTRATION REGION: Hainan (bottom, blue)
2. Anonymous says:
27 May 2017 02:00:38 PM

Emm...In fact ,this map was published in the 2nd Chinese Civil war ,not WWII .

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