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Part 28: The Battle of Cheqiao

Located in southeastern Huaian County, Jiangsu Province, Cheqiao Town was the hub connecting Central and North Jiangsu as well asJapanese Division 65 and 64. But there were only a few Japanese soliders and its puppet forces stationed there. Therefore, the New Fourth Army led by Communist Party of China (CPC) decided to dispatch five regiments and three columns to attack the enemy stronghold and strike at its reinforcements. More>>

1. Photo shows Su Yu, Commander of Division 1 of the New Fourth Army and Commander of Central Jiangsu Military Region.

2. Photo shows Ye Fei, Assistant Commander of Division 1 of the New Fourth Army.

3. Photo shows the telegram from Su Yu and Ye Fei on the Battle of Cheqiao to Zhang Yunyi, Rao Shushi and Lai Chuanzhou as well as the Central Military Commission of Communist Party of China (CPC) on March 8, 1944.

4. Photo shows the special issue 4 about the Battle of Cheqiao.

5. Photo show the telegram from Rao Shushi on experience from the Battle of Cheqiao to Su Yu on March 11, 1944.

6. Photo shows the telegram from Su Yu, Ye Fei and Chen Pixian on the reason for launching the Battle of Cheqiao to military leader of the New Fourth Army on March 11, 1944.

7. Photo shows Chinese troops of Central Jiangsu Military Region marching.

1. Photo shows Su Yu, Commander of Division 1 of the New Fourth Army and Commander of Central Jiangsu Military Region.

2014-10-11 11:40 By: GMW.cn 

1. Photo shows Su Yu, Commander of Division 1 of the New Fourth Army and Commander of Central Jiangsu Military Region.

1. Photo shows Su Yu, Commander of Division 1 of the New Fourth Army and Commander of Central Jiangsu Military Region. (Photo provided by the State Archives Administration)

[Editor:Fanhua]