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新书线上讨论会: 《逆流者——抗日杀奸团成员口述历史实录》

Author: Yi Liu Zhe
Saturday, 6/10/2023
5:00 - 7:00

         Anti-Japanese Regiment was a spontaneous group of mostly middle/high school students and college students from Tianjin and Beijing founded during the Anti-Japanese war. They organized and executed dozens of operations assassinating Japanese and Chinese traitors, sabotaging Japanese military supplies. The author, Lai Endian, interviewed the only 7 survivors of the group and added many details to that period of history.



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