>long eighteenth century
>long nineteenth century
>short twentieth century
When will this meme die?
Disintegration of "post-Soviet space" or rather final dissolution of Russian Empire marks the true end of 20th century.
You don't need to believe me but you'll see it for yourself next year.
Not the China front.
And the Soviet Union had a nuetrality pact with Japan, which only got denounced because at the Yalta conference America asked Soviet to declare war on Japan.
Are you a butthurt Chinese/Korean, those are always the people that assume someone is Japanese even at the slightest hint of approving Japan.
'The war demonstrated the failure of the Qing Empire's attempts to modernize its military and fend off threats to its sovereignty, especially when compared with Japan's successful Meiji Restoration. For the first time, regional dominance in East Asia shifted from China to Japan; the prestige of the Qing Empire, along with the classical tradition in China, suffered a major blow. The humiliating loss of Korea as a vassal state sparked an unprecedented public outcry.'