Following the Japanese invasion of mainland China, and the subsequent Nanjing Massacre in 1937, Chinese Massacre survivors gained a nationalistic perspective as a result of their lived experiences. Later, these survivors’ nationalistic perspective came in direct conflict with the class-based perspective held by the Chinese Communist Party. This clash in political views helps shed light upon much of the internal and external Chinese historical narrative throughout the mid to late twentieth century.
"Nationalistic Massacre Victims Triumph Over CCP,"
Voces Novae: Vol. 12, Article 2.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.chapman.edu/vocesnovae/vol12/iss1/2
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