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Never forget national humiliation

(People's Daily Online)

16:10, September 15, 2011

Photo, taken on Sept.14, shows some visitors viewing exhibits at the Anti-Japanese War Memorial Hall in Changchun, capital of northeast China's Jilin Province. (Xinhua/ Wang Song)

Edited and Translated by Liu Xiaoning, People's Daily Online

This year marks the 80th anniversary of the September 18 Incident, also known as the Mukden Incident occurred in 1931,which was used as a pretext by the Japanese Army to begin its invasion of China.

Recently, many Chinese residents have visited the Anti-Japanese War Memorial Hall and the Manchuguo Palace Museum to reflect on the history.

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Attila Balla at 2011-09-1684.2.91.*
Chine is right in not forgetting the humiliation of the Japanese as well as do well to remember that of the European enclaves of the early 20th and the previous centuries. European powers as well as the eastern ones had a hay day in exploiting China as it was recovering from the past excesses of the Emperors as in deed many smaller and weaker countries like Hungary. Thank you.
  

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