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  • An American diplomat, John F. Melby, flying to Mukden, recorded in his diary on 23 September: “North along the corridor to Manchuria the Communist artillery was systematically making rubble out of the airfield at Chinchow Jinzhou.”

    Wild Swans

  • An American diplomat, John F. Melby, flying to Mukden, recorded in his diary on 23 September: “North along the corridor to Manchuria the Communist artillery was systematically making rubble out of the airfield at Chinchow Jinzhou.”

    Wild Swans

  • An American diplomat, John F. Melby, flying to Mukden, recorded in his diary on 23 September: "North along the corridor to Manchuria the Communist artillery was systematically making rubble out of the airfield at Chinchow [Jinzhou]."

    WILD SWANS THREE DAUGHTERS OF CHINA

  • The question of constructing the Chinchow-Aigun railway by means of an international loan to China is, however, still the subject of friendly discussion by the interested parties.

    State of the Union Address (1790-2001)

  • The question of constructing the Chinchow-Aigun railway by means of an international loan to China is, however, still the subject of friendly discussion by the interested parties.

    State of the Union Address

  • After landing at the mouth of the Huhua-Yuan River, about 100 miles north of Port Arthur, the Japanese advanced south, and took the fortified city of Chinchow, without incurring any loss.

    China

  • They sailed from the port of Zaiton (Chinchow) early in

    The Discovery of America Vol. 1 (of 2) with some account of Ancient America and the Spanish Conquest

  • Manchuria to Northern Manchuria (the once celebrated Chinchow -

    The Fight for the Republic in China

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