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Taierzhuang Fortune Dragon 2010

There was a Firery Dragon that had helped the CHINESE to defeat the JAPANESE in the 2nd Sino - Japanese War (1938) Many events took place in the physical world which people forget that the physical world firstly been controlled by the Spiritual world CHINA were fortunate to have this FORTUNE DRAGON to defend their country..purging out all their blood thirsty enemy - The Japs The Battle of Tai'erzhuang The battle involved a Japanese plan to conquer Xuzhou, a major city in the East. However, the Japanese failed to consider the plans of generals Li Zongren and Bai Chongxi, who planned to encircle the Japanese in the town of Tai'erzhuang. The Japanese operation started on 24 March. Overconfidence led the Japanese commanders to overlook the thousands of inconspicuous "farmers" in the area, who were affiliated with Li Zongren and cut communication lines and supplies, diverted streams, and ruined rail lines. By late March, supplies and fuels were being dropped from airplanes to Japanese troops, but the quantities were insufficient On 29 March 1938, a small band of Japanese soldiers tunneled under Tai'erzhuang's walls in an attempt to take the city from within. They were caught by the Nationalist defenders and killed. Over the next week, both sides claimed to hold parts of the city and surrounding area, and many were killed in small arms battles Finally, the Japanese attacked frontally, failing to consider the greater Chinese numbers. A major encirclement on 6 April, with Chinese reinforcements, preceded a major Japanese defeat and retreat, which the Chinese failed to capitalize upon fully through pursuit due to a lack of mobility The Chinese captured 719 Japanese soldiers and large quantities of military supplies, including 31 pieces of artillery, 11 armored cars, 8 armored fighting vehicles, 1000 machine guns and 10000 rifles Amid the celebrations of the victory in Hankow and other Chinese cities, Japan tried to deny and ridiculed the reports of the battle for days. It was reported in the world's newspapers, however, and by mid-April had provoked a Cabinet crisis in Tokyo. The Chinese scored a major victory, the first of the Nationalist alliance in the war. The battle broke the myth of Japanese military invincibility and resulted in an incalculable benefit to Chinese morale The victory at Taierzhuang was principally credited to Li Zongren ( Koumintang Military Commander)'s planning and use of tactics, luring the Japanese into a trap and then annihilating them ( as the Spirit of Firery Fortune Dragon were with the Chinese) " I had changed the way and method of creating Chinese Dragon" -Kiddolucaslee
Added by Kiddolucaslee on 6/6/2013 3:02:44 AM
Taierzhuang Fortune Dragon  2010
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