High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! The Yetaishan Campaign,
also known as the Chunhua Incident by the nationalists and dubbed
the Yetaishan Counteroffensive by the communists, was a series of
battles fought between the nationalists and the communists during
Chinese Civil War shortly before the end of World War II, and
resulted in the communist victory. Yetai Mountain Mountain Range at
the border of Chunhau and Yao Counties was the southern gate of the
Communist base in Shaanxi, and its main peak was 1,300 meters above
sea level. Beginning on July 15, 1945, Hu Zongnan redeployed his
forces in Henan, Xi'an, along the Yellow River westward to part of
Xunyi, Tongguan, Chunhau and Yao Counties, reaching a total of nine
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