Battle of West Henan–North Hubei
|Battle of West Henan-North Hubei|
|Part of the Second Sino-Japanese War|
|National Revolutionary Army, China||Imperial Japanese Army, Japan|
|Commanders and leaders|
|17 armies||7 divisions, 3 brigades|
|Casualties and losses|
The Battle of West Henan–North Hubei (simplified Chinese: 豫西鄂北会战; traditional Chinese: 豫西鄂北會戰; pinyin: Yù Xī È Běi Huìzhàn), was one of the 22 major engagements between the National Revolutionary Army and Imperial Japanese Army during the Second Sino-Japanese War. It was in northern Hubei and western Henan. While it was a tactical stalemate, the battle was also an operational victory for the Japanese forces, who seized control of local airbases, denying Chinese forces of any localized air support.
- Hsu Long-hsuen and Chang Ming-kai, History of The Sino-Japanese War (1937-1945) 2nd Ed., 1971. Translated by Wen Ha-hsiung, Chung Wu Publishing; 33, 140th Lane, Tung-hwa Street, Taipei, Taiwan Republic of China. Pg. 452-57. Map 43.
- 抗日战争时期的侵华日军序列沿革 (Order of battle of the Japanese army that invaded China during the Sino Japanese War)
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