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Part 10: Shentouling Battle

On March 16, 1938, Chinese soldiers attacked Licheng in north China's Shanxi Province as Japanese troops headed to Licheng for supply. The Japanese supply force came under heavy fire when they reached Shentouling, an area ambushed by Chinese soldiers. More>>

1. The mobilization meeting for Shentouling Battle in March 1938.

2. Photo shows Chinese forces entering ambush position at Shentouling.

3. Photo shows the report from Chen Geng and Wang Xinting on how enemy’s troops between Licheng city and Lucheng city were annihilated to Liu Bocheng, Xu Xiangqian and Deng Xiaoping on March 16, 1938.

4. Photo shows the report on the fierce battles in Licheng city and Lucheng city from Liu Bocheng to Zhu De and Peng Dehuai on March 16, 1938.

5. Photo shows the report on the fierce battles in Licheng city and Lucheng city from Liu Bocheng to Zhu De and Peng Dehuai on March 17, 1938.

6. Photo shows the report on the battle in Shentou village from Liu Bocheng, Xu Xiangqian and Deng Xiaoping to Zhu De and Peng Dehuai on March 20, 1938.

7. Photo shows the report on the fierce battles in Lucheng city between Division 129 and the second enemy reinforcement from Zuo Quan to Mao Zedong on March 17, 1938.

8. Photo shows a soldier of the Eighth Route Army wearing a coat and holding Sanpachi-shiki hohei-juu seized from enemies.

9. Photo shows a summary conference for Shengtouling Battle held by Regiment 769, Brigade 286 of Division 129 of the Eighth Rout Army.

1. The mobilization meeting for Shentouling Battle in March 1938.

2014-09-12 09:44 By: GMW.cn 
1. The mobilization meeting for Shentouling Battle in March 1938.

1. The mobilization meeting for Shentouling Battle in March 1938. (Photo provided by the State Archives Administration of China)

[Editor:Fanhua]