Chinese famine of 1928–30

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The Chinese famine of 1928–1930 was a famine in the period when the Republic of China was ruling Mainland China. In 1928–1930, a drought hit the provinces of Henan, Shaanxi, and Gansu.[1] The famine hit a large area of North China. It was estimated that about 3 million people died in the famine.[2] The inefficiency of relief has been pointed out as a factor which aggravated the famine.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.ilib2.com/A-ISSN~1000-4459(2006)01-0033-09.html
  2. ^ Through Chinese eyes: tradition, revolution, and transformation by E. Vernoff and P. J. Seybolt.
  3. ^ http://scholar.ilib.cn/A-ISSN~1001-0491(2002)01-0036-05.html