Gun tower proves Japan’s war crime

A gun tower built by the Japanese during WWII has been discovered in north China’s Hebei Province.

The two-floor stronghold, with 16 apertures for firing, was built by Japanese troops in 1937, the year when Japan started its full-scale invasion of China.

The aggressors constructed the tower to protect a section of a railway which was used to transport resources they seized from northern China.

China’s anti-Japanese war lasted eight years, and ended with Japan’s surrender in 1945.

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