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More than one thousand people from government officials to military personnel and members of the public participate in a ceremony marking the 80th anniversary of the Sino-Japanese war in Shenyang, northeastern China, 18 September 2011. On 18 September 1931 Japanese troops attacked a Chinese army barracks in Shenyang, an event which triggered a bitter war of occupation with China which lasted until the end of the Second World War in 1945.
Akira Takizawa wrote:Chinese Renault FTs captured by the Japanese at Beidaying Barracks.
Akira Takizawa wrote:There were 13 FTs at Beidaying Barracks. Besides them, there were 11 FTs at east airfield in Mukden.
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