1937-1952

1937年爆發抗日戰爭,此後八年東吳大學蘇州上海兩校區受戰事影響,輾轉遷徙各地。其間隨戰況發展演變,兩校區或各自遷校或與他校聯合辦學,雖烽火連天但教學活動未曾稍息。直至1945年抗戰勝利,東吳大學師生紛紛自各地返回上海及蘇州校園,展開復校的艱鉅工作。1952中共進行院系調整,東吳大學在上海的法學院,併入華東政法學院,會計系併入上海財經學院;在蘇州的文理學院部份學系就地移交蘇南師範學院,1952年12月蘇南師範學院改名江蘇師範學院。1982年,江蘇師範學院改制為蘇州大學。 

The year 1937 saw the beginning of the War of Resistance Against the Japanese. In the following eight years, the school’s operation both on the Soochow and the Shanghai campuses was undermined by the war. The two campuses were either moved individually or joined up with other universities. With the Japanese surrender in 1945, the teaching faculty and students could finally return to the campuses to start the laborious task of bringing back order to the university. In 1952, the Chinese Communists government implemented adjustments for the colleges. The Soochow Law College in Shanghai was incorporated into the Political Science and Law College of East Chinese University; the Accounting Department was merged with the Shanghai Finance and Economics College; and the Liberal Arts and Science Colleges in Soochow were taken over by the Southern Jiangsu Teachers College. In December 1952, the Southern Jiangsu Teachers College was renamed Jiangsu Teachers College, and in 1982, the same College reorganized and renamed Soochow University.

 

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