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WWII Veteran: ‘My mother tutored bandit leader to spy’

A newly written book on a Guangdong guerrilla’s resistance against Japanese invaders during WWⅡ was released at the 2015 South China Book Festival in Guangzhou. An 88-year-old veteran attending the ceremony recalled how her mother pretended to work as a tutor for the head of a local group of bandits in 1941 in order to obtain intelligence and information for the Communist Party of China, thus helping the CPC army fight against Japanese aggressors.

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