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Japanese Invasion Undeniable

Nanjing Massacre remembered(20031214)

Demonstrators hold banners to commemorate the 66th anniversary of the Nanjing massacre, December 13, 2003 at the Macro Polo Bridge (Lugou Bridge in Chinese) in Beijing. About 300,000 civilians were killed when Japanese troops overran the eastern city in December, 1937. Japan started its full-scale invasion of China after their soldiers clashed with Chinese defenders at the bridge, which is 800 years old, on July 7, 1937. [China Photo])

66th anniversary of Nanjing Massacre(20031214)

Three candles are lit to commemorate the massacre victims during a peace assembly in Nanjing, capital of east China's Jiangsu Province, Dec. 13, 2003. More than 3,000 people gathered here Saturday to commemorate the 66th anniversary of the Nanjing Massacre in which over 300,000 Chinese were slaughtered by invading Japanese troops. (Xinhua)

Peace Bell(20031214)

Massacre survivor Li Xiuying strikes the Peace Bell installed during a peace assembly in Nanjing, capital of east China's Jiangsu Province, Dec. 13, 2003. More than 3,000 people gathered here Saturday to commemorate the 66th anniversary of the Nanjing Massacre in which over 300,000 Chinese were slaughtered by invading Japanese troops. (Xinhua)

Peace bell rings for massacre victims(20031213)

A huge bell was formally installed at the Memorial Hall for Compatriots Killed in the Nanjing Massacre, on Friday afternoon, the day before the 66th anniversary of the massacre. Nanjing is the capital of East China's Jiangsu Province.  

Japanese Invasion Undeniable(20030918)

Hu Ruming, an official from the People's Political Consultative Conference of Lanxi, east China's Zhejiang Province, shows to journalists a newly found file dated 1944 that proves the crimes of the Japanese invaders to use bacterium to kill the Chinese people during World War II, in Lanxi, Sept. 16, 2003. (Xinhua) 

More Evidence of Japanese Invaders Fund in China(20030918)

Guo Ruchang, a villager from Guocun village, expresses his indignation over Japanese invaders' crime in Lianxi, east China's Zhejiang Province, Sept. 17, 2003. Guo's uncle was killed by Japan's bacteriological weapons and dissected by Japanese soldiers after his death. A newly found file dated 1944 offers more proofs about the crimes that the Japanese invaders committed of using bacterium to kill the Chinese people during World War II. (Xinhua)

More Evidence of Japanese Invaders Found (20030918)

This photo taken on Sept. 16, 2003 shows a Lanxi County government's warning notice issued in 1944, now kept in the Lanxi Archives of east China's Zhejiang Province. The notice exposed that Japanese army had dropped bacteria bombs in the county during World War II. The file notice proves the crimes of Japanese invaders who used deadly bacterium to kill the Chinese people during the war. (Xinhua)

Japanese Examine Gas Bombs 2(20030913)

Chemical weapons left over by Japan in China during the Second World War

Japanese Examine Gas Bombs 1(20030913)

With the assistance of Chinese experts, a Japanese team examine gas bombs carefully September 12, 2003, in Luquan, in North China's Hebei Province, left by Japanese invaders during World War II. The Chinese government is urging Japan to accelerate the destruction of these chemical weapons. [newsphoto]

Chinese Worker Dies From WWII Gas(20030823)

The picture taken on Aug. 9, 2003 shows Li Guizhen receiving medical treatment after suffering from the most seriously leakage of chemical weapons left in China by Japanese intruders during the World War II occurring early this month. Li, a transient from central China's Henan Province, died in Qiqihar, northeast China's Heilongjiang Province, Aug. 21, 2003 as a result of a failure of multiple organs despite all-out efforts made by the No. 203 Hospital of the Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) to rescue his life. (Xinhua)
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