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Week Ten (March 18 & 20) 18/03/2008 13:29:00 March 18, 2008 The United States’ Support of Nationalist China in the 1920’s Repealing the “unequal treaties” and recognizing the Nationalist government  in the late 20’s Positive image of General and Mme. Chiang Kai-Shek The American image of the “good Chinese” o As opposed to the bad Japanese who are fighting US Rule US financial and military aid to China in the war against Japan in the 1930’s o Loans for nonmilitary purposes: $25 million-50million between 1938- 41) o “volunteering” US air power Claire Chennault (former US Pilot   “flying tigers” 1941 American isolation and Japanese Aggression America Against (they want them to give up possession of Manchuria  because they were in charge of China in a way)  The United States’ economic sanction on Japan in the late 1930’s
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