Battle of Taierzhuang
Part of Second Sino-Japanese War
Date March-April 1938
Location Tai'erzhuang
Result Decisive provisional government victory
Flag of the Republic of China Republic of China

Flag of the Soviet Union (1923-1955) Soviet Volunteer Group

Flag of the Republic of China (1912-1928) Provisional Government
Commanders and leaders
Republic of China Army Flag Bai Chongxi Flag of the Republic of China (1912-1928) Xiao Shuxuan
45,000 troops 10,000-15,000 troops
Casualties and losses
17,000 KIA 4,000 KIA

The Battle of Taierzhuang occurred in March-April 1938, as an engagement of the Second Sino-Japanese War. It saw Chinese nationalist troops attack the "provisional army" of the Japanese-backed Provisional Government of the Republic of China. The provisional troops used their strategic positions to fight off the numerically superior nationalist forces, and gave them horrendous casualties, making it a major victory for the Japanese puppet forces. This was heavily propagandized by Japan, and was later what caused the famous Chinese general Li Zongren to join the collaborationist forces.

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