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- The Liaoshen campaign, an abbreviation of Liaoning–Shenyang campaign after the province of Liaoning and its Yuan directly-administered capital city Shenyang...
- China Army in Northeast China. It was one of the longest campaigns in the Liaoshen Campaign of the Chinese Civil War. Immediately after the end of the Second...
- People's Liberation Army and the National Revolutionary Army during the Liaoshen Campaign in the Chinese Civil War. The battle was a turning point in the...
- early engagements in Manchuria where KMT had initial success. When the Liaoshen Campaign broke out in September 1948, Liu's 52nd Corps was part of the...
- suffering numerous setbacks while trying to take the cities, with the decisive Liaoshen Campaign. The New 1st Army, regarded as the best KMT army, was forced to...
- especially in Northeast China. Lin was the general who commanded the decisive Liaoshen and Pingjin Campaigns, in which he co-led the Manchurian Field Army to...
- Campaign Chinese Civil War Campaign to Defend Siping Linjiang Campaign Liaoshen Campaign Huaihai Campaign Awards Order of Blue Sky and White Sun Other work...
- 1945–1949 Operation Beleaguer 1946–1949 Revolution 1948 SS Kiangya incident Liaoshen campaign 1948–1949 Huaihai campaign Pingjin campaign 1949 Taiping Steamer...
- started fighting for control over Manchuria. The communists won in the Liaoshen Campaign and took complete control over Manchuria. With the encouragement...
- northeastern borders with Russia and North Korea. The Liaoshen Campaign Memorial (辽沈战役纪念馆) commemorates the Liaoshen Campaign of 1948. It is a large museum that...
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