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Changjiao massacre

The Changjiao massacre (Chinese: 厂窖惨案) was a massacre of Chinese civilians by the Japanese China Expeditionary Army in Changjiao, Hunan. Shunroku Hata was the commander of the Japanese forces. For four days, from March 9, 1943 to March 12, 1943, more than 30,000 civilians were killed[1] and thousands of women were raped.

See also


  1. ^ "1943 Timeline". WW2DB. Retrieved 2013-01-07. 

External links

  • article on the Rape of Nanking
  • article on Changjiao Massacre (in Simplified Chinese) 厂窖惨案一天屠杀一万人
  • article (in Simplied Chinese) 骇人听闻的厂窖惨案

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