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Part 15: The Victory of Wanjialing

In late September, 1938, Division 106 of Japanese 11th Army alone arrived at Wanjialing areas, west of De’an. Discovering the opportunity for combat, over 100,000 soldiers from Army 4, Army 66 and Army 74 of China’s 9th Theatre of Operations were ordered to besiege the isolated enemy force. More>>

1. Photo shows the telegram from Xue Yue, Commander of the First Corps, on the battle to Chiang Kai-shek on September 27, 1938.

2. Photo shows the telegram from Xue Yue, Commander of the First Corps, on the disposition of troops to Chiang Kai-shek on October 6, 1938.

3. Photo shows the telegram from Xue Yue, Commander of the First Corps, on the battle to Chiang Kai-shek on October 9, 1938.

4. Photo shows the telegram from Xue Yue, Commander of the First Corps, on intercepted enemy intelligence and Chinese Division 106’s fight against the enemy at Wanjialing to Chiang Kai-shek on October 12, 1938.

5. Photo shows the detailed report on the Army 29’s fight against the enemy in Baishuijie, Wanjialing and Ganmuguan areas from September 25 to October 16, 1938.

6. Photo shows the battle map of Army 74’s fight against the enemy in Wanjialing areas from October 3 to 6, 1938.

7. Photo shows the detailed report on Army 66’s fight against the enemy in Wanjialing areas from October 7 to 12, 1938.

8. Photo shows Chinese army attacking Japanese army.

9. Photo shows the battlefield of Chinese army’s heavy machine gun unit.

1. Photo shows the telegram from Xue Yue, Commander of the First Corps, on the battle to Chiang Kai-shek on September 27, 1938.

2014-09-18 15:45 By: GMW.cn 

1. Photo shows the telegram from Xue Yue, Commander of the First Corps, on the battle to Chiang Kai-shek on September 27, 1938.

1. Photo shows the telegram from Xue Yue, Commander of the First Corps, on the battle to Chiang Kai-shek on September 27, 1938. (Photo provided by the Second Historical Archives of China)

[Editor:Fanhua]