The Hsinchu Campaign (11 June–2 August 1895) was an important military campaign during the Japanese invasion of Taiwan (1895). The Japanese capture of Hsinchu on 22 June 1895 was succeeded by several weeks of intense guerilla activity, and marked the emergence of a significant Formosan resistance movement to the Japanese invasion.
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