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Chinese

1st War Area - Wei Li-huang(卫立煌)

  • 5th Army Group - Zeng Wan-zhong(曾万钟)
    • 3rd Corps - Tang Huai-yuan(唐淮源)
      • 7th Division
      • 12th Division
    • 80th Corps - Kong Ling-xun(孔令恂)
      • 165th Division
      • New 27th Division
    • 34th Division - Kung Ping-fan
  • 14th Army Group - Liu Mao-en(刘茂恩)
    • 15th Corps - Wu Ting-lin(武庭麟)
      • 64th Division
      • 65th Division
    • 98th Corps - Wu Shi-ming(武士敏)
      • 42nd Division
      • 169th Division
  • 9th Corps - Pei Chang-hui(裴昌会)
    • 47th Division
    • 54th Division
    • New 24th Division
  • 17th Corps - Gao Gui-zi(高桂滋)
    • 84th Division
    • New 2nd Division
  • 43rd Corps - Zhao Shi-ling(赵世铃) *
    • 70th Division
    • New 47th Division
  • 14th Corps - Chen Tie(陈 铁)
    • 85th Division
    • 94th Division
  • 93rd Corps - Liu Kan(刘 戡)
    • 10th Division

Notes:

  • 43rd Corps was formerly with 2nd War Area.

Sources:

  • [1] 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.

Japanese

North China Front Army - Major General Hayao Tada (Early May 1941)

  • 35th Division - Lt. Gen. Kumakichi Harada
  • 21st Division - Lt. Gen. Hisakazu Tanaka
  • 33rd Division - Lt. Gen. Shozo Sakurai
  • 4th Cavalry Brigade (partial) - ?
  • 1st Army - Lt. Gen. Yoshio Shinozuka
    • 36th Division - Iseki Mitsuru
    • 37th Division - Adachi Hatazo
    • 41st Division - Shimizu Noritsune
    • 9th Independent Mixed Brigade - Major General Kenkichi Ikenoue
    • 16th Independent Mixed Brigade - Major General Heiji Wakamatsu

Airforces:[3]

1st Hikodan

3rd Hikodan

  • 32nd Sentai
    • Light bomber unit.
  • 44th Sentai
  • 83rd Sentai
    • Reconnaissance unit

Notes: During the Chungyuan Operation the 1st Hikodan at Ani airfield supported the ground operations of the 1st Army, while the 3rd Hikodan supported the operations of the 21st and 35th Divisions. [3]

Sources:

  • [1] 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.
  • [3] Sino-Japanese Air War 1937 – 1945

http://surfcity.kund.dalnet.se/sino-japanese.htm

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