Hongshilazi site: Uncovering the hidden stories of War of Resistance in NE China

Updated: Apr 12, 2024 Print
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Distribution map of the core areas of Hongshilazi site [Photo provided to]

Dated to 1932, the Hongshilazi mountainous site in Panshi, Jilin province, served as a crucial base to resist Japanese aggression, and today provides remnants such as barracks, outposts, defensive fortifications, and military training grounds.

With over 3,300 discovered ruins, this site is confirmed to be the largest and most culturally significant complex commemorating the War of Resistance Against Japanese Aggression in the country’s northeastern region. The resistance preceded the nationwide full-scale war and ultimately culminated in victory for China.

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