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Peter H wrote:So the Japanese 6th & 8th Divisions,14th & 16th Brigades,4th Cavalry Brigade were involved as well.
Peter H wrote:Can anyone please provide details on the Japanese advance into Jehol 1933?
The Japanese invasion of Jehol--an area "approximately the size of Virginia,Maryland,and West Virginia combined"--commenced on February 23 1933,one day before the assembly of the League adopted the Lytton Report,rejecting any change in the staus of Manchuria.Encountering little effective Chinese resistance,the twenty-thousand-strong Japanese force completed its operation in about one week.
asiaticus wrote:What was the name of the Japanese Command that conducted the Jehol Operation and who was its commander?
Field Marshal Baron Nobuyoshi Muto , Kuangtung Army commander?
Commander Lt Gen Hideki Tojo (chief of staff of Kuangtung Army)
15MB MAjor Gen Seiichiro Shinohara
16i Col Goto
30i Col Ikagura
2k Lt Col Honda
2A Col Takahashi
2P Col Ito
2MB Major Gen Masaki Honda
1i Col Sogawa
3i Col Yuasa
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