Chinese famine of 1928–30
The Chinese famine of 1928–1930 occurred as widespread drought hit Northwestern and Northern China, most notably in the provinces of Henan, Shaanxi and Gansu. Estimates of mortality range from about 3 million to 10 million people. The inefficiency of relief has been pointed out as a factor which aggravated the famine.
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- Lilian Li, Fighting Famine in North China: State, Market and Environmental Decline, 1690s-1990s (Stanford University Press, 2007), 284; E. Vernoff and P. J. Seybolt,Through Chinese eyes: tradition, revolution, and transformation.
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