Talk:Evacuation of Manchukuo

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Section 3[edit]

Section 3 looks like it is a literal translation of a foreign text. It is therefore not very easy to copyedit. If anyone knows the source or can do better than me, please do. --FeanorStar7 00:37, 19 December 2005 (UTC)

My god this page needs copyediting. It looks like a quite important topic but it is almost impossible to read. Witty lama 00:46, 10 January 2006 (UTC)

Fascinating subject, the writer in the last section shows sympathy for , (ibyp) tjang kai tjek cs. However, the introduction partly derives from sovjet text .

And the last section underlines that the reason for the research may well have been, the fate of certain ill-treated prisoners of the nationalist chinese. (i may be wrong and edit this if i find time to try to spell the article. Other sources used seem japanese military sources and us navy sources, as to the long long section of the collapse of the manchu, i wudnt be surprised if it's written in circles of this chinese anti-mao lady.. anyway it seems slightly more suitable to something similar to 'last days of 'manchu, japanese puppetregime , or chank kai check military rule. In teh end it left me wondering not what happened to these officers and the man, and actually if and how prisoership of the japanese worked out for the sovjets.

Yeah i looked through it all, that is about it. Its really mostly about 'puyi'


operation august storm[edit]

This article and OAS should either be merged under OAS, or someone should take the info about the invasion and merge the section alone into the unessasarily deprived OAS article.144.131.69.90 05:47, 14 September 2006 (UTC)

Specific[edit]

Move to Japanese evacuation of Manchukuo, not to be confuse. Kinh Duong Vuong (talk) 22:09, 28 July 2008 (UTC)

Clean-up and Split[edit]

Article is a real mess and needs a lot of work. The first half is properly part of the Soviet invasion of Manchuria and needs to be cleaned up, verified and re-written. The second half is about the last days of the Puyi regime. There is actually nothing in the article about the Japanese attempts to evacuate Manchukuo during the Soviet invasion. --MChew (talk) 14:31, 30 July 2008 (UTC)