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In 1935 , more than 300 Red Army soldiers died strangely overnight, and the truth was found out 54 years later

In 1935 , more than 300 Red Army soldiers died strangely overnight, and the truth was found out 54 years later

In October 1935, the Red Army successfully crossed Liupan Mountain and reached the Gengwan Town area at the foot of the mountain. But on the second day, an extremely strange thing happened suddenly. More than 300 soldiers of the Red Army who rested all night died without warning. The chairman was furious when he heard the news and ordered Luo Ruiqing to investigate. It was not until the arrival of an investigative team 54 years later that the truth was revealed. Why did the 300 soldiers die strangely? Could it be the enemy's poisoning incident? Friends who are interested, don't forget to follow…
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Old photos from the late Qing Dynasty: Members of the Boxer Regiment were brutally beheaded, and the old eunuchs selected court ladies for “coating draft”

Old photos from the late Qing Dynasty: Members of the Boxer Regiment were brutally beheaded, and the old eunuchs selected court ladies for “coating draft”

poor family In the late Qing Dynasty, the gap between the rich and the poor was very large. When the Eight-Power Allied Forces came, some ordinary people ran as fast as they could.┬áThere are also some people who don't run or run away at all, because they are some poor people who don't cover their clothes. They are poor and hungry wherever they go. For them, it doesn't matter who rules them in this society.┬áThe same clothes are worn out, and the same food is not full. Boxers were paraded through the streets When even the most basic food becomes…
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VietNam – Antiquities over 1,500 years on display in Vung Tau

VietNam – Antiquities over 1,500 years on display in Vung Tau

Reliefs, beads and labor tools of the Funan people, more than 1,500 years ago in An Giang, were first displayed in the coastal city. Students of Ba Ria - Vung Tau University look at the exhibition on Oc Eo Culture at the Ba Ria - Vung Tau Provincial Museum on May 18. Lasting for a month, the exhibition features 112 artifacts excavated from relics in An Giang - it belongs to the ancient country of Funan, dating from the I-VII centuries. The relief of the human face dates from the V - VII centuries. According to the An Giang Provincial Museum,…
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