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Part 7:Guangyang Ambush

In October, 1937, in order to support the Kuomintang-led forces to defend the northern city of Taiyuan and disrupt Japanese army’s invasion, Lin Biao, Commander of Division 115, was ordered by the Eighth Route Army Headquarters to cooperate with Division 129 of the Eighth Route Army south of Shijiazhuang-Taiyuan Railway and attack Japanese aggressors. More>>

1.Photo shows the telegram from Zhu De and Peng Dehuai reporting that Division 129 drew close to Division 115 to cooperate on attack on the enemy to Lin Biao and Liu Bocheng on November 4, 1937.

2.Photo shows the telegram from Zhu De and Peng Dehuai on the tactical disposition of Guangyang Ambush to Lin Bo and Liu Bocheng on November 4, 1937.

3.Photo shows the telegram from Lin Biao on Brigade 343’s ambush to Zhu De and Peng Dehuai on November 5, 1937.

4.Photo shows the telegram from Liu Bocheng and Xu Xiangqian on Division 129’s fight against the enemy in the Guangyang Ambush on November 7, 1937.

5.Photo shows the telegram from the frontline headquarters of the Eighth Route Army on Division 129’s surprise attack on the enemy in Guangyang to Zhou Enlai, which was also transferred to Chiang Kai-shek on November 9, 1937.

6.Photo shows Chen Guang, Commander of Brigade 343, and soldiers at the battle field of Guangyang Ambush in November, 1937.

7.Photo shows Japanese battle steed captured by Chinese army in the Guangyang Ambush in November, 1937.

1.Photo shows the telegram from Zhu De and Peng Dehuai reporting that Division 129 drew close to Division 115 to cooperate on attack on the enemy to Lin Biao and Liu Bocheng on November 4, 1937.

2014-09-11 14:34 By: GMW.cn 
1.Photo shows the telegram from Zhu De and Peng Dehuai reporting that Division 129 drew close to Division 115 to cooperate on attack on the enemy to Lin Biao and Liu Bocheng on November 4, 1937.

1.Photo shows the telegram from Zhu De and Peng Dehuai reporting that Division 129 drew close to Division 115 to cooperate on attack on the enemy to Lin Biao and Liu Bocheng on November 4, 1937. (Photo provided by the State Archives Administration of China)

[Editor:Fanhua]