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Part 9: Sabotage operations in Northwest Shanxi

The Anti-Japanese Base in Northwest Shanxi was the east safety barrier of the Shaanxi-Gansu-Ningxia border region where the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China was located as well the hub connecting other anti-Japanese bases at enemy’s rear areas in North China. More>>

1. Photo shows Division 120 of the Eighth Route Army marching towards northwest Shanxi Province.

2. Photo shows the telegram from He Long, Xiao Ke and Guan Xiangying on the battle from February 27 to 28 to Zhu De, Peng Dehuai and Ren Bishi on February 28, 1938.

3. Photo shows the telegram from He Long, Xiao Ke and Guan Xiangying on the deployment for reshaping the situation in the north to Wang Zhen on March 9, 1938.

4. Photo shows Division 120 of the Eighth Route Army recapturing Ningwu county seat.

5. Photo shows Division 120 of the Eighth Route Army recapturing Pianguan County in northwest Shanxi.

6. Photo shows the telegram from He Long, Guan Xiangying and Xiao Ke on battles in south and northwest Shanxi to Zhu De, Peng Dehuai on April 8, 1938.

7. Photo shows the telegram from Zhu De and Peng Dehuai on smashing Japanese troops’ attack on northwest Shanxi to Yan Xishan and Wei Lihuang on April 9, 1938.

1. Photo shows Division 120 of the Eighth Route Army marching towards northwest Shanxi Province.

2014-09-12 09:34 By: GMW.cn 

1. Photo shows Division 120 of the Eighth Route Army marching towards northwest Shanxi Province.

1. Photo shows Division 120 of the Eighth Route Army marching towards northwest Shanxi Province. (Photo provided by the State Archives Administration of China)

[Editor:Fanhua]