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Ceremony held in Zhijiang site of Japan's surrender
More commemorations have been held in central China's Zhijiang city, where Japan officially surrendered to China in a ceremony.
Zhijiang was the location of the last battle between the Chinese army and Japanese troops.
Japan officially signed a memorandum of surrender to China on August 21st of 1945, a week after its surrender to the allies.
Japanese Major General Takeo Imai had led a delegation to Zhijiang for the surrender.
It was a lengthy process, and took two days. After that, Japan's surrender was accepted nationwide by Chinese troops.
[Source: Xinhua, Beijing, 15Aug15]
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