Map showing Japanese occupation of China, 1940

Caption   Map showing Japanese occupation of China, 1940 ww2dbase
Source    ww2dbaseUnited States Military Academy
Added By C. Peter Chen
Added Date 23 Oct 2008

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Visitor Submitted Comments

16 Apr 2010 06:21:44 AM

how can this be a old map ?? peking remained the same,named, bejing is a new name.
2. Commenter identity confirmed C. Peter Chen says:
16 Apr 2010 07:10:52 AM

Naveed, "Peking" and "Beijing" are one of the same, the former being romanized using the Wade-Giles system and the latter with the Pinyin system. They both phonetically translate the Chinese name for the city, 北京, literally translating to "The Northern Capital" (as opposed to Nanking/Nanjing, 南京, "The Southern Capital").
3. naveed tajammal says:
17 Apr 2010 03:30:12 AM

thankyou,chennow that is called,''enlightenment''

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