This is a discussion on Siege of Changchun within the Military History forums, part of the China Defense & Military category; Originally Posted by montyp165 Even PLA failures in situations like the Hundred Regiments Campaign were very instructive for not only ...
This operation have the following results:
"When General Yasuji Okamura took command of the North China Area Army in the summer, the new approach was "Three All" meaning "kill all, burn all, and destroy all" in those areas containing Anti-Japanese forces.
Peng was criticized by Mao for revealing the number of the Communist forces to the Kuomintang. Thus, the Hundred Regiments Offensive became the last of the two major Communist frontal engagements against the Japanese during the war. During the Cultural Revolution, Peng's action was one of the pretexts used by the Gang of Four that led to his downfall. The consensus in China after Cultural Revolution is generally in support of the battle."
Thus the result was ambiguious. Source from: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hundred...ents_Offensive