The "Chinese Hindenburg" fortified Line

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Statist
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Re: The "Chinese Hindenburg" fortified Line

Post by Statist » 09 Feb 2018 07:16

The bunker depicted in photos No.2, 5 looks like an observation post in the Nanjing area
post Nanjing1.jpg
post Nanjing2.jpg
post Nanjing3.jpg
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Re: The "Chinese Hindenburg" fortified Line

Post by forttravel » 28 Jun 2018 11:38

Chinese bunker in 中国军队在陈家浜修筑的防御工事 Where it is?
And map of position in that area?
Source: http://www.anhuinews.com/zhuyeguanli/sy ... 7022.shtml
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Re: The "Chinese Hindenburg" fortified Line

Post by Statist » 24 Jul 2018 02:03

The location of the pillbox on the photo is a village Chenjiabang (陈家浜). The approximate coordinates of the location of the village are 30°53'48.5"N 120°57'13.7"E

The map shows the area of the city Jiashan (嘉善). The battle described in the story occurred in the village Nanqiaocun (南桥村), it is shown as № 6 on the map.
The map also shows the railway bridge № 67, headquarters of the 128th Infantry Division (China) is shown on the map as № 1, arrows on the map show the advance of the Japanese troops.

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