Russias Victory Day parade is now a Chinese Legion. Who are they?

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 Russias Victory Day parade is now a Chinese Legion. Who are they?


The Chinese Legion marching on the Victory Day parade of Russia (source: ~) In May 8, 2018, in the parade of the victory day celebrating anti fascist victory in Vladivostok, Russia, a team of Chinese faces came into being. They were called URA with the Russian people around them. They came together and attracted a lot of curiosity. What kind of team was it? What do they have to do with Russia? The Chinese Legion was composed of the descendants of the longest fighters against fascism. They were very special. They were originally active Chinese guerrillas in the northeast, that is, members of the Northeast Anti Japanese coalition. Because of the great losses to the Japanese army, they were forced to retire into the Soviet territory from 1939 to 1941. To the help of the Soviet Union, the village of Viets village is stationed in Khabarovsk, Russia. In 1942, after consultations between China and Russia, the army was adapted to the teaching brigade of the Northeast Anti Japanese coalition, that is, the eighty-eighth independent Infantry Brigade (eighty-eighth brigade) of the Red Armys Far East Red Army, the Red Army of the Soviet Union (abbreviated as a brigade), in fact a team to carry out special tasks. The leader of the team, including Zhou Baozhong, Li Zhaolin, Feng Zhongyun and so on, has some officers and soldiers transferred from other Soviet forces, as well as some North Korea and Mongolia fighters, so the force is also known as the international brigade. They have been airborne training, many of them are paratroopers and are experienced in fighting. On the one hand, they were recuperate in the Soviet Union, waiting for a day to return to the motherland. On the one hand, they provided assistance to the Soviet army and carried out reconnaissance missions to the pseudo Manchuria states occupied by the Japanese army, that is, the three provinces of the northeast of China. Before the beginning of the Far East battle of the Second World War, the troops of the eighty-eighth brigade sent hundreds of scouts back to China to carry out the reconnaissance of the Japanese army, and many people were sacrificed. Their blood was not bleed, and the intelligence provided became an important basis for the Soviet Far East campaign, which led to the collapse of millions of Guandong troops in two weeks. In August 1945, when the Soviet Union and Japan declared war, the force fought with the main forces of the Soviet army in Suifenhe, northeast, Mudanjiang and other places to return to the country from the Japanese army. They witnessed the defeat of the Japanese aggressors. After the war, they left the Soviet Union and returned to the country to live and work. Some such as Wang Xiaoming, Wang Minggui became the generals and intermediate officers of our army, and some such as Feng Zhongyun and Chen Lei became leaders of some important departments of China. Now, most of them have passed away, so their descendants went to Vladivostok today to take part in this immortal Legion March. Northeast Counter-Japanese United Army Among these descendants included Ms. Shi Chungang, her father, Shi Huapeng, a 88 brigade sergeant, a Chinese battle hero, a Chinese battle hero, once wounded 24, and a nickname called iron child; and MS. Jin Yuxia, her father, Jin Guoxiang, with general Wang Minggui in Heilongjiang in 1941, was the only one of the more than 100 guerrillas. One of the 13 survivors. Also included is Enron, whose uncle Chen Lei was a 88 lieutenant and later became governor of Heilongjiang province. They not only fought for the independence and freedom of the motherland, but also fought for the justice of the world. In the anti fascist war, they demonstrated the role of China with great sacrifice. In the course of the event, the descendants of the Chinese fighters were also very moved by the whole parade, thinking that less than one thousand of the thirty thousand fighters in the final triumph of the anti - Union fighters were crying in the interview. In the face of interviews with Russian television and radio stations, they wish peace and friendship for mankind to last forever, and hope that we can work together for peace and civilization.