After Nanjing fell, Japan organized a fourth puppet government in central China over Jiangsu, Zhejiang, and Anhui, making the pro-Japanese Liang Hongzhi president of the executive bureau in Nanjing on March 28, 1938. The Central China company had less than a third of the capital of its northern counterpart and tried to repair the damaged railways. After collaborators were assassinated in Shanghai’s International Settlement, Japanese troops occupied the area. The puppet governments were mostly supported by businesses and landowners, and the urban unemployed out of poverty joined their puppet armies. Many Japanese civilians came to China to make money, 220,000 from the Kobe port in 1939.


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