History of the Second World War, Vol 8

Riley Sunderland CHIANG AND HIS GENERALS The Chinese were hampered in their efforts to play a larger part in the war by their lack of modern weapons and insufficient training. In an effort to remedy this the US sent General Stilwell and after him General W edem eyerto advise Generalissimo Chiang Kai-shek —along with a large quantity of Lend-Lease arms and equipment. These efforts however were frustrated by internal disputes between Chiang and his generals whom he suspected of trying to gain power for themselves and disputes between Chiang and his two American advisers. Below: The G enerafissiitio-C hiang Kai-shek
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