Three Months Of Bloodshed: Strategy And Combat During The Battle Of Shanghai
West Point Press
James Paulose is a junior studying Government and History at Georgetown University. He wrote this paper for a course on conflict in Asia to analyze military strategy during the Second Sino-Japanese War. James chose to write about the Battle of Shanghai after studying with Dr. Phillip A. Karber, an Asian military history and national security expert, in the Fall 2012.
Paulose, James. "Three Months Of Bloodshed: Strategy And Combat During The Battle Of Shanghai." Report: West Point Undergraduate Historical Review 3, Vol. 2 (2013): 9-22.