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|Tuesday, September 18, 2001, updated at 23:43(GMT+8)|
Photo Album about Japanese Invasion Found in Northeast ChinaA photo album, which records Japan's invasion of China in the 1930s, has been found in Liaoyang City in northeast China's Liaoning Province.
Covering 300 photos of Japanese troops' war maps and their attacks on Chinese cities, the 84-page album was discovered at a bookstore featuring ancient books.
The photos were taken by Japanese soldiers and officers during the period from September 18, 1931 to February 1932, and the album was printed and published in Tokyo in 1932.
September 18, 1931, when Japanese troops in northeast China began their attacks on the Chinese army and then occupied Heilongjiang, Jilin and Liaoning provinces, is regarded as a humiliating day in China.
Six years later, they began to invade other parts of China resulting in a war that lasted 8 years.
Meanwhile, the provincial archives of Liaoning Province have compiled a book on crimes of the Japanese invasion.
Published by a publishing house in south China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, the book includes 1,131 documents on Chinese government's reports, survey results, announcements, notices and speeches about crimes made by Japanese troops and disasters brought to the Chinese people during the Japanese invasion.
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