Seizing the Beidaying Barracks 1931

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Re: Seizing the Beidaying Barracks 1931

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Re: Seizing the Beidaying Barracks 1931

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Re: Seizing the Beidaying Barracks 1931

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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.
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Re: Seizing the Beidaying Barracks 1931

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Re: Seizing the Beidaying Barracks 1931

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Re: Seizing the Beidaying Barracks 1931

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Re: Seizing the Beidaying Barracks 1931

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Re: Seizing the Beidaying Barracks 1931

Post by Akira Takizawa » 05 Jul 2012 07:28

Chinese Renault FTs captured by the Japanese at Beidaying Barracks.
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Re: Seizing the Beidaying Barracks 1931

Post by YC Chen » 06 Jul 2012 02:07

Akira Takizawa wrote:Chinese Renault FTs captured by the Japanese at Beidaying Barracks.
Hello,
Do you know how many FTs were captured by Japanese in Beidaying? Chinese sources say that 12 FTs were stationed at Beidaying since 1929.

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Re: Seizing the Beidaying Barracks 1931

Post by Akira Takizawa » 06 Jul 2012 04:51

There were 13 FTs at Beidaying Barracks. Besides them, there were 11 FTs at east airfield in Mukden.

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Re: Seizing the Beidaying Barracks 1931

Post by YC Chen » 07 Jul 2012 07:39

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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Thanks a lot! :D
Could you please tell me what your source is?

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Re: Seizing the Beidaying Barracks 1931

Post by Akira Takizawa » 07 Jul 2012 08:50

YC Chen wrote:Could you please tell me what your source is?
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