China had been at war with the Japanese Imperial Army since 1937. In this two part series, Oxford Professor Rana Mitter revisits forgotten stories and gathers firsthand accounts from China's last remaining World War II survivors. He sheds new light on the eight year war that cost 14 million Chinese lives. In Part 2,Oxford Professor Rana Mitter finds out how China stayed in the fight for so long. He uncovers the horrors of the Chongqing bombings, and meets a veteran who survived a brutal battle in Western Yunnan.