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Six Japanese generals who have lost their lives in China: ending the life of sin in China
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Guide: From the "September 18th" Incident in 1931 to the victory of the Anti-Japanese War in 1946, a total of six Japanese generals died in China, ending their sinful lives.

Happy Life at the Celebration

Shirakawa Yoshie, born in Ehime Prefecture, Japan, was born in 1876. He graduated from the Japanese Army Sergeant School and Army University in the early years and went to Germany to study. He successively served as the Chief of the Personnel Bureau of the Army, the Chief of Staff of the 11th Division of the Kwantung Army , the Commander of the Central China Dispatched Army, and the Chief of the 9th Infantry Brigade. He returned to Japan in August 1916 as Director of the Personnel Bureau of the Army and was transferred to Japan Army University in January 1919.

In March 1921, he served as the commander of the 11th Division. In October 1923, he served as commander of the Kwantung Army. In March 1925, he was promoted to the army general. In April 1927, he was promoted to the army minister. In June 1928, he indirectly planned the assassination of Zhang Zuolin. . At the end of February 1932, Shirakawa was appointed commander-in-chief of the Shanghai Dispatching Army, commanded the troops to land in Liuhe, and launched an attack in the direction of Shanghai. Under the circumstances of the truce and withdrawal of the Chinese army, it still frantically invaded the front line of Liuhe Town and Jiading, but was forced to withdraw under the pressure of the League of Nations.

April 29, 1932 is Japan's "Tenchang Festival"-the birthday of the Emperor of Japan. In order to celebrate the victory of his aggression, Shirakawa held a grand "Zhu Jie" parade in Hongmen Park in the Japanese concession. The Japanese Revolutionary Party sent by the anti-Japanese daredevil team in Shanghai while the Japanese army sang the Japanese anthem "King of the King". Under the cover of his companion, Shigeki Yoshinori threw 2 small bombs at the rostrum where Shirakawa Yoshie stood. The Japanese 3rd Fleet Commander Yoshimura Nomura and other Japanese generals were killed or injured while Shirakawa Yoshi was bombed. After a short breath, and three days after being taken to the hospital, the demon king finally got a shameful end.

Ghosts on the Ocean

Born in Aichi Prefecture, Japan, born in 1876, he graduated from the Naval University of Japan in early years and studied in Germany. He has successively served as Deputy Officer of the Navy, Attaché of the Embassy in France, Director of the Naval Provincial Military Service, Commander of the 3rd Fleet, and Commander of the 2nd Fleet. In April 1931, he was promoted to the rank of Navy Admiral. In December of the same year, he was appointed Minister of the Navy. In the following year, he was reappointed as the Military Negotiator. In 1933, he was re-appointed Minister of the Navy. At the beginning of 1941, the big horn Cen Shengzhang, a well-known Chinese general manager, He Yanjiro, was planning to expand the war of aggression on behalf of Japan's highest military authority, and was going to Hainan Island to serve as commander of the South Pacific Fleet.

In the early morning of February 5th, Big Horn and his party took off from Guangzhou in a navy giant transport plane, escorted by 6 fighter jets, and flew to Hainan Island. When passing through the Shiyang Ocean, a whirlwind was encountered, and the aircraft engine failed and was forced to return to the west bank of the Pearl River Estuary. The local Chinese guerrilla commander Yuan Dai immediately discovered an intensive machine-gun fire and fired the machine. The aircraft fell in the huangyang mountain during a bullet rain. After the incident, officers and men of the 3rd guerrilla zone of the 4th Theater District arrived at the scene, not only confirming the death of Tai Sang Sen, but also from a large number of top-secret documents retrieved from the wreckage of the aircraft, and learned of Japan's attempt to advance southward to launch the Pacific War , the Chinese government decisively The Japanese conspiracy was exposed to the world.

Grilled yellow croaker in Jinzhuchongli

Tsukada, a native of Ibaraki, Japan, was born in 1886 and graduated from the Japanese Army Sergeant School and Army University in the early years. He successively served as the combat squad leader and section chief of the Kwantung Army, as well as the 3rd head of the staff headquarters. After the July 7th Incident, he served as the chief of staff of the Japanese Central China Army. He was an instigator of invasion of China. He had participated in commanding the Japanese army to attack Shanghai and Nanjing and was one of the culprits of the Japanese massacre in Nanjing . In March 1938, he served as the president of the Japanese Army University and Mengyue served as the commander of the 8th Division, again invading China. In 1940, he returned to Japan as the Deputy Chief of Staff and participated in the formulation of the decision of the Japanese army to advance south. In July 1942, Jiatian attacked and transferred to the commander of the 11th Army of the Japanese invaders. His first task was to prepare for the implementation of the No. 5 battle plan to attack Chongqing and Xi'an, in an attempt to extend the magic of aggression to the rear of China's strategy.

While he was ambitiously preparing to make a big move, the South Korean troops in the Pacific in Guadalcanal were hit hard by the U.S. forces, so the Japanese base camp had to convene the Tsukada attack to Nanjing to discuss whether to continue the implementation of the No. 5 plan. After the meeting, Tsukada returned to Hankou by a Type 79 aircraft on December 18 and passed over Taihu County in western Anhui Province. He was hit by the 138th Division Artillery Corps of the 5th Division of the Chinese Army in the 5th Theater District of the Dabie Mountains. The crash occurred in Tsukuji, Tianjia Township, Miduo District, and Tsukada was killed immediately. None of the 10 people on the plane survived. After the incident, nearby villagers pushed 10 "scorched yellow croaker" bodies into a large pit. He was later promoted to the rank of General of the Army, the highest general of the Japanese Army killed by the Chinese Army in the War of Resistance Against Japan .

Fish Island Bury Fish Belly

Masato, Yamagata, born in Yamaguchi, Japan, born in 1911, graduated from the Japanese Naval University in the early years, and studied in the UK. He has successively served as the head of the First Division of the General Affairs Department of the Naval Aviation Headquarters, the captain of the battleship "Fengxiang", and the commander of the 3rd United Air Force. In November 1943, he was promoted to the commander of the 4th South Fleet of the United Fleet, and led his troops to fight the British and British forces in the Pacific.

In March 1944, the U.S. military won victory on the Pacific battlefield, continued to capture the Marshall Islands, the Caroline Islands, and the Mariana Islands, then occupied Guam. The strong US offensive made the Japanese army panic. In order to maintain Japan's beachhead position on the southeast coast of China and stabilize its rear supply line in the Pacific battlefield, it was decided to hold an emergency meeting in Guangzhou. Masayama Yamagata attended the meeting as the highest naval officer guarding the Taiwan Strait and Japanese waters. After the meeting, Zhengxiang of Shan County led the crew to fly back from Guangzhou to the base in a giant seaplane developed by Japan.

Unexpectedly, the plane was intercepted by the US plane after taking off. Its plane flew to Zhejiang in horror. The engine oil was exhausted and it landed on the river surface of Haimen Mouse Island controlled by the Chinese army. The intensive firepower of Brigade 6 Squadron and the Zhejiang East Convoy Corps hit the fire and sank after 1 hour. Except for 5 people captured on board, 4 people including Zhengxiang of Shan County were buried in the belly. Afterwards, Shanxian was promoted to admiral.

Unjust is doomed to destruction

Ando Richi, born in Miyagi, Japan, was born in 1883. He graduated from the Japanese Army Sergeant School and Army University in the early years and studied in the UK. Previous staff members, chief of the 13th Infantry Wing, chief of staff of the 5th Division, military attache to the British Embassy, attached to the staff headquarters, head of the 1st Infantry Brigade, principal of the Toyama Infantry School, and director of army education Waiting.

In May 1938, Ando Rikichi succeeded Itagaki Shishiro as head of the 5th Division of the Japanese Army, led his troops to participate in the Xuzhou battle , and then went south to attack Guangzhou. In November of the same year, he was promoted to the 20th Army commander and continued to fight in Guangzhou. From November 1939 to the beginning of the next year, Ando commanded the 15th Division and other units to conduct Nanning operations, and was severely hit by the Chinese army in the Kunlun Pass area. In February 1940, Ando Liji served as the new commander of the South China Army. From 1941 to December 1944, he successively served as the commander of the Japanese Taiwan Army and the governor of Taiwan. In January 1944, he was promoted to the army general. After Japan's surrender , On October 25, 1945, during the Japanese surrender ceremony held in Taipei, Ando Liji bowed to China's surrendered officials, signed and stamped it, thus ending Japan's 50-year colonial rule in Taiwan since the Sino-Japanese War . In a trial of war criminals, Ando was held in a Shanghai prison on suspicion of being a war criminal by a Chinese military court. On April 19, 1946, he shed tears and wrote a suicide note to Okamura Ningji , committing suicide after taking poison.

Shanghai is dead

Okabe Naosaburo, born in Hiroshima, Japan, was born in 1886. He graduated early in the Japanese Army Sergeant School and Army University and went abroad to study as a military graduate student. He successively served as the staff of the Kwantung Army, instructor of the Army University, captain of the Kwantung Army Artillery Corps, and senior staff of the Shanghai Dispatching Army. After the "July 7th" Incident, he served as Chief of Staff of the Japanese Army North China Frontier, and assisted the Frontier Army Commander Shouchi Daichi, who will continue to expand the war of aggression, invading Hebei, Chahar, Shanxi, Suiyuan, Shandong and other provinces. In July 1938, he was reassigned as the commander of the 1st Division of the Kwantung Army to suppress the anti-Japanese struggle of the people in Heilongjiang Province. In September 1939, he was transferred to the commander of the Mongolian army. He was hit hard by the Eighth Route Army and Fu Zuoyi . In September 1940, Okabe was called back to the country and was attached to the Staff Headquarters. In October 1942, he was re-designated as a military council officer and president of the Army University. He was promoted to the Army General in February 1943. In October 1943, he became the commander of the 3rd Army of the Kanto Army Officer, the 6th Frontier Commander in November of the following year, stationed in Wuhan.

After the surrender of Japan, the 6th Front Surrender Ceremony was held in Zhongshan Park in Hankou on September 18, 1945. Okabe Naizaburo paid tribute to China ’s surrendered chief and Commander of the Sixth Theater District, Sun Weiru. Surrender procedures were completed On September 30, Okabe was imprisoned in Wuhan University. In July 1946, the suspected war criminal was transferred to Shanghai by a Chinese military court. On November 28 of the same year, Naokaburo Okabe suffered a sudden cerebral hemorrhage due to stress and died in a war criminal hospital.

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