Anti-Japanese Army for the Salvation of the Country
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Anti-Japanese Army For The Salvation Of The Country was a volunteer army led by Li Hai-ching resisting the pacification of Manchukuo. It had about 10,000 guerrilla troops described as being equipped with light artillery and numerous machine guns. They operated in the south of Kirin--now Heilongjiang--province. Li established his headquarters at Fuyu and was in control of the territory around there and southward as far as Nungan.
- Jowett, Phillip S., Rays of The Rising Sun, Armed Forces of Japan’s Asian Allies 1931-45, Volume I: China & Manchuria, 2004. Helion & Co. Ltd., 26 Willow Rd., Solihull, West Midlands, England.
- Wisconsin Rapids Daily Tribune Tuesday, March 29, 1932
- May 2, 1932 TIME "Earthly Paradise"