Chen Guangdou, who had been attacked by Japanese War of resistance against Japan, wished to live on both sides of the Strait.

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 Chen Guangdou, who had been attacked by Japanese War of resistance against Japan, wished to live on both sides of the Strait.


Mr. Chen Guangdou wrote the book one family on both sides of the Straits (source: Hongkong Zhong Commentary).

Overseas Network, Nov. 1 (local time, Oct. 31, 13:10), the only surviving member of the Chinese Air Force Expeditionary Force who expedited Japan during the Anti-Japanese War died peacefully at his home in Southern California at the age of 104. Mr. Chen Guangdou expressed his firm opposition to Taiwan independence many times before his death, and sincerely looked forward to the peaceful reunification of the two sides in his lifetime.

According to the Hong Kong China News Agency, five months ago, Mr. Chen Guangdou, in an interview with the media, also said that although he was too old to talk like a young man, he paid close attention to the current situation of the motherland and the two sides of the Strait every day. He said, the mainland of Taiwan is the same clan, blood is thicker than water.

During the war of resistance, senior officials of the national government met Chen Guangdou and others (right two).

Mr. Chen Guangdou also said that he had worked with Chiang Kai-shek for more than 40 years and was very indignant about Taiwans de-Sinicization and Chiang Kai-sheks stigmatization. At the same time, he read from the news that he and his relatives and friends in Taiwan were deeply concerned about Taiwans political struggle, social antagonism and constant struggle, especially about Mei-ri forget ancestors. He was even more frightened by Taiwans annuity reform to humiliate veterans.

According to the data, two Martin-139WC (U.S. Army code B-10) bombers of the Chinese Air Force took off quietly from Ningbo in the late night of May 19, 1938, when the weather was not suitable for flying during the Meiyu season, and went to Japan to carry out and complete the bombing mission of the humanitarian expedition.

On May 22, 1938, Comrade Zhou Enlai, representing Zhou Enlai and Wang Ming from the Wuhan Office of the Communist Party of China and the Eighth Route Army, went to the Aviation Commission to represent the Communist Party of China and the Eighth Route Army, respectively, to offer condolences to the air force warriors such as Chen Guangdou and present the Jinqi. Zhou Enlai also made a speech to commend the bravery of the air force warriors and take a group photo with them. General Chen Guangdou has repeatedly said that as one of the humanitarian expeditions to Japans mainland, it is the duty of soldiers to take risks, commit hardships and sacrifice, and live and die outside the boundaries. Success and benevolence are all glorious. It is a great honor to be able to get applause and affirmation, and personal gain and loss are negligible. (overseas network / Wang Mengtang) source: overseas web editor: Yao Wenguang _NN1682

Comrade Zhou Enlai condolences to the air force Warriors (Photos)

On May 22, 1938, representatives of the Communist Party of China and the Eighth Route Army stationed in Wuhan, Zhou Enlai and Wang Ming, went to the Aviation Commission, representing the Communist Party of China and the Eighth Route Army respectively, to offer condolences to the air force warriors such as Chen Guangdou and present the Jinqi. Zhou Enlai also made a speech to commend the bravery of the air force warriors and take a group photo with them.

General Chen Guangdou has repeatedly said that as one of the humanitarian expeditions to Japans mainland, it is the duty of soldiers to take risks, commit hardships and sacrifice, and live and die outside the boundaries. Success and benevolence are all glorious. It is a great honor to be able to get applause and affirmation, and personal gain and loss are negligible. (overseas network / Wang Mengtang)