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16 Sep 1940

China
30 Sep 1940

China
  • Communist Chinese New 4th Army withdrew from Jiangyan (now a district of Taizhou), Jiangsu Province, China and moved toward nearby town of Huangqiao ("Yellow Bridge"), where it intended on fighting against the detected Nationalist attack. ww2dbase [Battle of Huangqiao | Jiangyan, Jiangsu | CPC]

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