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The War in Brief (1943)
Latest Updated by 2005-08-24 16:58:44

February 2
The Soviet Union defeated Germany in an astounding battle in Stalingrad.

September 6
The 11th Plenary Session of the Fifth Central Executive Committee of the Kuomintang was held.

September 20-November 3
The Japanese started an "autumn mopping-up operation" against the Hebei-Shangdong-Henan base area with 30,000 troops. Fully prepared well before that, the army and people there using flexible tactics fought more than 300 battles, wiping out 11,000 enemy troops.

For the second time, the Chinese army entered Burma to fight the Japanese.

Later October
Changde Campaign occurred.

December 2
The Guangdong Dongjiang People's Anti-Japanese Guerrilla Column was set up, with Zeng Sheng as the commander.

Editor: Yan

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