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On November 22, Ji Hongchang was secretly sent to Peiping. On November 23, at the "Military Justice Trial" court organized by the Peiping Military Branch of the Kuomintang, he spoke sternly.

On November 22, Ji Hongchang was secretly sent to Peiping. On November 23, at the "Military Justice Trial" court organized by the Peiping Military Branch of the Kuomintang, he spoke sternly. On November 24, 1934, on the day of his martyrdom, Ji Hongchang wrote in his will to his wife: "My husband died today, and he died for the times." On the morning of November 24, Ji Hongchang was taken from the Peiping Army Prison (located in the Hutong of the Inner Artillery Bureau of the Dongzhi Men) to the Tianqiao West Execution Ground and shot. In the face of the order to "be shot on the spot," Ji Hongchang calmly went to the execution ground. Using a tree branch as a pen and the earth as a piece of paper, he wrote a noble and righteous poem about his death: "I wish I had died in the war against Japan, and I would have kept it for today's shame. The country is still like this when it is destroyed. Why should I cherish this head?" According to the Tianjin Ta Kung Pao at that time, at the last moment, Ji Hongchang put on a black cloak and strode to the execution ground, with a "calm attitude, talking and laughing" along the way. After writing the righteous poem on the ground, he said to the executioner in a harsh voice: "I died for the anti-Japanese war. I can't kneel down and be shot. I can't fall down even if I die!"! Get me a chair. I have to sit and die. Then he went on to say, "I died for the war of resistance. I died fair and square. I can't be shot in the back.". If you shoot in front of my eyes, I will see with my own eyes how the enemy's bullets kill me. When the executioner raised his gun in front of him, he raised his eyebrows and shouted, "Long live the anti-Japanese war!" "Long live China!" A heroic sacrifice. In 1945,Time Delay Tap, at the Seventh National Congress of China, the CPC Central Committee decided to award Ji Hongchang the title of revolutionary martyr. In 1984, on the eve of commemorating the 50th anniversary of the martyrs' sacrifice, the people of Fugou sculpted a bronze statue of the martyrs in front of the exhibition hall of Ji Hongchang's deeds in the Martyrs' Cemetery. Hu Yaobang wrote "Ji Hongchang Martyrs Monument" on his tombstone in Zhengzhou Martyrs Cemetery. Deng Xiaoping wrote the title of the book "Commemorating the 50th Anniversary of General Ji Hongchang's Sacrifice." Nie Rongzhen wrote an inscription on the book: "Ji Hongchang, a national hero, is immortal!" Bo Yibo wrote an inscription in the book: "The martyr Ji Hongchang is immortal because of his generous words and heroic death.". www.xiaoshuotxt。 com Chinese Heroes 2 Women Heroes Zhao Yiman (1905-1936), formerly known as Li Kuntai, was a native of Yibin,Stainless Steel Squatting Pan, Sichuan Province. He joined China in 1926 and engaged in the student movement in Yibin. In early 1927, he entered the Wuhan Branch of the Central Military and Political School and was sent by the Party organization to study at Sun Yat-sen University in the Soviet Union. He returned to China in 1928 and worked secretly in Yichang, Shanghai and Nanchang. After the September 18th Incident in 1931, he went to Northeast China to engage in the anti-Japanese struggle and served as acting secretary of the Harbin Federation of Trade Unions. In the summer of 1934, he was transferred to Zhuhe and served as a member of the Zhuhe Central County Committee, Secretary of the Daobei District Committee, and political commissar of the Second Regiment of the First Division of the Third Army of the Northeast People's Revolutionary Army. Killed by the enemy on August 2, 1936. 1. Women in Sichuan In the spring of 1932, Zhao Yiman was sent to Shenyang by the Party organization to carry out secret activities among women for more than a year. In the autumn of the same year, he came to Harbin and successively served as secretary and organization minister of the Manchurian Federation of Trade Unions. In October 1933, the Preparatory Office of the Federation of Trade Unions of Manchuria Province was established, and Zhao Yiman was transferred to Harbin to organize trade unions in the province under the leadership of the provincial Party committee, and soon served as acting secretary of the Harbin Federation of Trade Unions, responsible for guiding the workers'movement. In order to do better revolutionary work under the rule of the enemy and the puppet regime, Zhao Yiman and Lao Cao, Manual Flush Valve ,Service Sink Faucets, Secretary of the Provincial Federation of Trade Unions, pretended to be husband and wife, organized "family" as a cover to do office work while engaging in revolutionary activities among workers in cigarette factories and tram factories. On April 2, 1933, the puppet Manchukuo military police unreasonably beat Zhang Hongyu, the conductor of the tram, which aroused the great anger of the tram workers and prepared to strike. Zhao Yiman, in accordance with the instructions of the Manchurian Provincial Committee, personally went to the tram factory to guide the strike. With her help, the strike committee, which was composed of party and league members and activists, made five demands to the gendarmerie: (1) punish the culprits who caused the accident; (2) give the injured workers a pension of 50 yuan; (3) give the workers double pay while they are recovering from their injuries; (4) let the gendarmerie pay for their medical expenses; and (5) let the gendarmerie publish an apology to the workers and guarantee that similar incidents will not happen again in the future. The strike committee also distributed and posted leaflets, slogans and cartoons such as the "Letter to Harbin Citizens" to expose the crimes of the Japanese aggressors and traitors. The next day, the strike was held as scheduled, the city's trams were suspended, traffic was blocked, and the autumn order was chaotic. Because of the strong leadership of the Party organization, the strike committee was not threatened and lured by the enemy, and saw through all kinds of deceptions of the enemy. The workers persisted in the struggle, and finally forced the enemy to agree to the demands of the tram workers and won the strike struggle. Zhao Yiman was resourceful and brave in the struggle against the enemy. One evening in May, she and five or six young men and women held a meeting in a Russian-style wooden house on the North Sun Island of the Songhua River to study the anti-Japanese work. Unexpectedly, the door was pulled open by a child, and a pseudo-policeman suddenly broke in. There were some papers on the desk at that time, and it was too late to hide them. The guy pulled out his gun, reached out and grabbed the document, and everyone froze for a moment. Then Zhao Yiman stood up quickly and poured a basin of rice soup on the windowsill into the face of the pseudo-police. The pseudo-policeman couldn't open his eyes for a moment, so he just wiped his face with his hands. Everyone took advantage of the situation, pushed him down to the ground, tied him up, put a towel in his mouth, and stuffed him under the bed. At night, he quietly threw him into the Songhua River. Zhao Yiman wrote a poem "Binjiang Shuhuai" during the anti-Japanese struggle in Harbin, which expressed her lofty aspirations for the liberation of the Chinese nation, far away from her home, husband and son, and was also a true portrayal of her short life: Vow to be a man, not a family. Cross the river and the sea to the end of the world. Men are not all good, Why are women so different? He did not cherish his old country, Willing to warm the blood of China. The white mountains and black waters get rid of the enemy. Laugh to see the flag as red as a flower. In the spring of 1934, the Party organization in Harbin was destroyed by the enemy, and Zhao Yiman was in danger. The Manchurian Provincial Committee decided to send her to work in the anti-Japanese guerrilla zone in Zhuhe County (now Shangzhi County). After Zhao Yiman arrived in the guerrilla zone, he served as a member of the Zhuhe Central County Committee, a special commissioner of the county committee, and the head of the Women's Association. He mingled with the peasants and helped the women cook. Mending clothes, looking after children, convening meetings of the masses, propagating the principles of resisting Japan and saving the nation, organizing women to make military uniforms and shoes,Time Delay Tap, standing sentry, sending information to the anti-Japanese guerrillas and raising them. When the guerrillas fought, she organized stretcher teams to carry the wounded. cnkexin.com

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