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U.S. Had Plan to Take Over Taiwan After World War II: Historian

Poster:Post date:2018-02-22
Catergory:News
Region:(Taiwan),(U.S. Policy)
Issue:(U.S. Policy)
(CNA, By Shih Hsiu-chuan) A professor of history at Providence University said the United States had considered taking over Taiwan after Japan's defeat in WWII before deciding to help transfer Taiwan to the control of the Nationalist government of Chiang Kai-shek. The plan was ultimately rejected after strong opposition from the U.S. Army.  
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