2014: South Korea Returns Remains of Chinese Volunteer Soldiers (Photographs)

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On the morning of March 28th, 2014, the first batch of the remains of at least 437 Chinese Volunteer Soldiers – who died in the Korean War (1950-1953) – were respectfully returned by South Korean Forces to modern troops of the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) during a sombre ceremony at Incheon International Airport. Mao Zedong deployed millions of Chinese Volunteer Army Soldiers into the Korean Peninsula in a successful bid to prevent the Communist State of North Korea being invaded and destroyed by US and UN Imperialist Forces. Although exact casualty figures for China are unknown – it is thought to be well over 500,000 (and probably many more). As the US and UN Imperialist Forces were nearly ousted from the Korean Peninsula – the bodies of many Chinese Volunteer Army Soldiers remained on the South Korean side of the 38th Parallel that separates capitalist South Korea from Socialist North Korea. Encouraged by their US colonial masters – the South Korean Government has decided to disinter the Chinese remains and clear the ‘enemy war cemeteries’, so that the land space can be used to build luxury flats, house for the rich and exclusive hotels.

 

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South Korean Soldiers Respectfully Hand-Over the Coffins

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PLA Soldiers Respectfully Receive the Coffins

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Chinese Ambassador to South Korea – Qiu Guohong Covers the Coffins of the Martyrs with China’s National Flag

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Each Martyr is Covered with the Flag of Communist China

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Ambassador Qiu Guohong Respectfully Straightens the Chinese Flag

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PLA Soldiers Respectfully Take Control of the Remains Martyrs

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Both Sides Pose Infront of the Plane Returning the Remains

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The PLA March the Martyrs Remains onto the Plane

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Elderly Chinese Volunteer Army Veterans – Who Buried Their Comrades – Attended the Ceremony in South Korea

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March 27th, South Korea Gyeonggi Province, Paju City – Chinese Volunteer Army Remains Stored in Temporary Shelters – South Korean Soldiers then Transported the Coffins by Train.

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Communist China and Capitalist South Korea have been Negotiating for Over a Year – and Now the First Batch of the Martyrs are transported to Shenyang

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July 27th, 2013 marked the 60th Anniversary of the Korean War Armistice. South Korea Decided to Return Over 300 Martyr Remains in 22 Train Cars

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2006 it was Estimated that Around 180,000 Chinese Martyrs were Buried  Throughout Korea – with Very Few Returned to China

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South Korea Organizes and Collects the Remains, Relics, and Records into coffins, Including Seals, Pens, Badges, Wallets and Uniforms.

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The South Korean Ministry of National Defence is Responsible for the Excavation and Cleaning of the Remains,

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Three Chinese Volunteer Army Veterans Pay Their Respect to Fallen Comrades in South Korea (2013)

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The Hanzhong Cultural Association, Arranged this Visit of Respect

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A Typical Chinese Volunteer Army Grave Marker

Chinese Language Reference:

http://news.gdzjdaily.com.cn/qtxw/content/2014-03/28/content_1846413_6.htm

 

 

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