40 Japanese wartime shells found in N...

40 Japanese wartime shells found in NE China city

There are 11 comments on the People's Daily Online story from Jul 13, 2013, titled 40 Japanese wartime shells found in NE China city. In it, People's Daily Online reports that:

Forty shells left by Japanese troops during World War II have been found at a construction site in the city of Qiqihar in northeast China's Heilongjiang Province, local police said Saturday.

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New China

Zhengzhou, China

#1 Jul 14, 2013
not strange, these things were offen found in China. that is an evidence of japan invaded China.
Gary

Columbus, OH

#2 Jul 14, 2013
New China wrote:
not strange, these things were offen found in China. that is an evidence of japan invaded China.
That "Japan" was the "imperial" Japan and not the Japan of today's times
That NE part of China was retired general and former Chief of Staff, Zhang Wannian's area of responsibility during the 1940's .
New China

Zhengzhou, China

#3 Jul 14, 2013
as if you know that history much more than me.
I know only anti-japan ally hero Yang jingyu, as well as Zhao yiman.

you are right, in that ages, the japan was imperialism,
but today most of politicians yet deny that period history.
it can not be toleranted.
Gary

Columbus, OH

#4 Jul 14, 2013
New China wrote:
as if you know that history much more than me.
I know only anti-japan ally hero Yang jingyu, as well as Zhao yiman.
you are right, in that ages, the japan was imperialism,
but today most of politicians yet deny that period history.
it can not be toleranted.
Never said I knew more about it. I just know my stuff. There was also a famous and influential Chinese general, Marshal Ye, who has since passed away...
I am very familiar with both Zhang Wannian and the English-speaking Xiong Guangkai-both being outspoken about Taiwan reunification.
The "imperial " phase" of Japan's history is a very sad and sensitive chapter that affects a number of nations, including China.
New China

Zhengzhou, China

#5 Jul 14, 2013
to be frank, I know that only from domestic movies and novals.
so far I don't know why they invaded and why they even declared war with usa and so on...
they knew they could not match with usa, from the new documents.
curous, some soldiers even carried English dictionary with them in battle field. they learned English and wish to study in usa after war...
Gary

Columbus, OH

#6 Jul 14, 2013
New China wrote:
to be frank, I know that only from domestic movies and novals.
so far I don't know why they invaded and why they even declared war with usa and so on...
they knew they could not match with usa, from the new documents.
curous, some soldiers even carried English dictionary with them in battle field. they learned English and wish to study in usa after war...
Actually, the English language was very popular in the Imperial Japanese Navy of WW2. The instructions aboard Japanese naval ships were in English ( the dials and gauges,etc). That they had English-language dictionaries and hopes to study in US showed that they were not really heartily supporting their own cause. Well sadly, indoctrination has led many millions of folks to die needlessly in wars. Even Yamamoto was frightened after attacking USA when he said: "I'm afraid I have awakened a sleeping giant." Yamamoto was American educated at Harvard University.
New China

Zhengzhou, China

#7 Jul 14, 2013
Gary wrote:
<quoted text>Actually, the English language was very popular in the Imperial Japanese Navy of WW2. The instructions aboard Japanese naval ships were in English ( the dials and gauges,etc). That they had English-language dictionaries and hopes to study in US showed that they were not really heartily supporting their own cause. Well sadly, indoctrination has led many millions of folks to die needlessly in wars. Even Yamamoto was frightened after attacking USA when he said: "I'm afraid I have awakened a sleeping giant." Yamamoto was American educated at Harvard University.
this could be imagined that UK navy was the strongest in the world and that is why instruction and command are used in navy, next usa arised, their language is English,too.

so far Japan worship usa, despite they have more better tech than usa has today in electroncs, precise manufacture and so on.

I knew yamamoto was educated in usa, but it is first time I was told he attended in harvard univ.

japan had too ambitious to see himself and it gave its citizens a brainwash education, its terrible.

reform in japan was more ahead and advance than in China at that time.
that's why many modern chinese characters are from japan, like cardre, communist, ommunism, socialism and polictics etc.

lots of carders of Kuo ming dang, include Jang jieshi himself, were graduated from japanese colleges, no wonder japan dared to invade China.

its pity new more and more chinese tide into japan after opening and totally forget suffering of histroy at the time.
no wonder japan look down upon chinese.
Gary

Columbus, OH

#8 Jul 15, 2013
New China wrote:
<quoted text>
this could be imagined that UK navy was the strongest in the world and that is why instruction and command are used in navy, next usa arised, their language is English,too.
so far Japan worship usa, despite they have more better tech than usa has today in electroncs, precise manufacture and so on.
I knew yamamoto was educated in usa, but it is first time I was told he attended in harvard univ.
japan had too ambitious to see himself and it gave its citizens a brainwash education, its terrible.
reform in japan was more ahead and advance than in China at that time.
that's why many modern chinese characters are from japan, like cardre, communist, ommunism, socialism and polictics etc.
lots of carders of Kuo ming dang, include Jang jieshi himself, were graduated from japanese colleges, no wonder japan dared to invade China.
its pity new more and more chinese tide into japan after opening and totally forget suffering of histroy at the time.
no wonder japan look down upon chinese.
England definitely had a strong navy in WW2 but USA was by far stronger. Here in USA , we were building two new aircraft carriers per week and actually gave England 50 naval ships under the Lend-Lease program. England lost most of her navy in Asia due to Japanese land-based air power. You might be right about those words coming from Japan.
Gary

Columbus, OH

#9 Jul 15, 2013
New China wrote:
<quoted text>
this could be imagined that UK navy was the strongest in the world and that is why instruction and command are used in navy, next usa arised, their language is English,too.
so far Japan worship usa, despite they have more better tech than usa has today in electroncs, precise manufacture and so on.
I knew yamamoto was educated in usa, but it is first time I was told he attended in harvard univ.
japan had too ambitious to see himself and it gave its citizens a brainwash education, its terrible.
reform in japan was more ahead and advance than in China at that time.
that's why many modern chinese characters are from japan, like cardre, communist, ommunism, socialism and polictics etc.
lots of carders of Kuo ming dang, include Jang jieshi himself, were graduated from japanese colleges, no wonder japan dared to invade China.
its pity new more and more chinese tide into japan after opening and totally forget suffering of histroy at the time.
no wonder japan look down upon chinese.
Your current president's (Xi Jinping) daughter is attending Harvard University right now
New China

Zhengzhou, China

#10 Jul 17, 2013
Gary wrote:
<quoted text>Your current president's (Xi Jinping) daughter is attending Harvard University right now
that is not a secret. Peng is a famous singer, she ia able to herself afford their daughter's tuition and daily expense.

study in usa is a good choice, many young chinese dream to study and work there. in fact, there are more and more students every year to go there for their education.
New China

Zhengzhou, China

#11 Jul 17, 2013
Gary wrote:
<quoted text>England definitely had a strong navy in WW2 but USA was by far stronger. Here in USA , we were building two new aircraft carriers per week and actually gave England 50 naval ships under the Lend-Lease program. England lost most of her navy in Asia due to Japanese land-based air power. You might be right about those words coming from Japan.
I was told uk navy's warships were destroyed by German during the world warII.

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