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List Of Jewish Medal Of Honor Recipients - Korean War
... A few months later Chinese forces staged a night-time assault on his unit and Rubin manned a machine gun allowing the unit to retreat southward, again inflicting heavy casualties on the ... the battle he was severely wounded and was eventually captured by Chinese forces ... Although the Chinese offered to release him early and return him to his native Hungary, he refused, remaining a prisoner and risking his life repeatedly by sneaking out at night to get food and ...
FN-6 - FB-6A
... mass production and served only in very limited number in Chinese forces, mainly as trial purpose ... by its successor FB-6A, which did see greater numbers in service with Chinese forces ... available upon customer's request, but it's not clear which one is in service with Chinese forces ...
Battle Of Tientsin - The Battle
... The allies had underestimated the capability of the Chinese forces at the beginning of the siege, thinking that foreign troops could easily brush aside ... They turned out to be wrong in the face of fierce Chinese resistance ... On July 13, the allied force to assault the walled city of Tientsin consisted of about 6,900 soldiers 2,500 Russians, 2,000 Japanese, 900 Americans, 800 British, 600 French, and 100 Germans and Austrians ...
Central Hubei Operation - The Offensive
... between the Hsiang River and Tang-yang, over 1,000 Japanese from the Kayashima Force, advanced northward from Tang-yang toward Hengtien, and broke through the gap between the positions of the 179th and 37th ... Over 3,000 Japanese from Murakami Force from Ching-men broke through the positions of the 27th Division of the Chinese 30th Corps toward Yen-chih-miao ... Meanwhile the Japanese Kitano Force moving northwest from Chu-chia-fu to Tung-lin-ling and divided into several columns to drive north deep into the ...

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