SOME ASPECTS FROM THE HISTORY OF THE WOMEN'S LIBERATION MOVEMENT IN CHINA (ТHE CHINESE WOMEN'S PARTICIPATION IN THE BATTLES OF THE SECOND CHINESE-JAPANESE WAR)

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This article is devoted to the role of Chinese women during the Second Chinese-Japanese War, and to some aspects of their daily lives. The article is based on diaries, periodical press publications, archival materials and works of Chinese researchers. The Chinese Communist Party aimed to win not only the external aggressor, but also the enemy within the country - Party of the Kuomintang. The author makes a conclusion that Chinese women were forced to take part not only in the liberation struggle of the Chinese people against the Japanese invaders from 1937 to 1945, but also were the social support which ensured the victory of the Chinese communists during the War against the foregn enemies and in the fight for power.

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E S Ryabkova

Institute of Ethnology and Anthropology Russian Academy of Sciences

Email: katerinapositiv@gmail.com

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