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Huang Kunming: Wartime letters to families endure the test of time
国务院新闻办公室网站 www.scio.gov.cn   2015-12-04   来源:ChinaSCIO
  

A new book, existing as a collection of family letters written during China’s War Resistance against Japanese Aggression (1931-1945), has recently made its debut, thanks to the Publicity Department of Central Committee of the Communist Party of China (CPC).

Published by Zhonghua Book Company, the book is now available in every Xinhua Bookstore across the country.

Compiling the letters written by 32 wartime heroes and heroines, such as Ji Hongchang, Zhao Yiman, Zuo Quan, Zhang Zizhong, Dai Anlan and Peng Xuefeng, the book uses plain but heartfelt language to reveal the highly patriotic character of those people who were not intimidated by the atrocities of the Japanese aggressors and vowed to fight against the intruders at all costs.

The tenacity and perseverance of the protagonists reflected in the book are valued as precious national heritage, encouraging patriotic devotion for generations to come.

Compiled chronologically, each copy of the letter is attached with brief introduction of the author, photo of the handwritten version and comments and analysis explaining the content of the letter.

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