On this day in 1935, the December 9th Movement broke out in Beiping.
German journalist who supported Chinese People’s War of Resistance against Japanese Aggression died on the frontline in Shangdong Province.
Congress Party leader Jawaharlal Nehru proposed a “China Day” movement to be held on January 9th throughout India.
The US Observation Group, commonly known as the Dixie Mission, arrived in Jin-Cha-Ji region of the Eighth Route Army. Jin-Cha-Ji was named after the provinces of Shanxi, Chahar and Hebei.
Chinese and US air forces established a joint brigade in China's Guilin, launching offensives against Japanese forces.
The 769th Regiment of the 129th Division of the Eighth Route Army launched a successful night raid in the Yangmingbu airport.
China, the U.S., Britain and the Soviet Union publicized the draft plan of the United Nations Organization, laying down the foundation of the UN Charter.
Local civilians in Liujia, Taiwan mounted an assault on Japanese soldiers, as part of their armed struggle against the suppression of Japanese colonists.
The 115th Division of the Eighth Route Army of the Communist Party of China achieved the victory of the battle in Pingxingguan Great Wall pass in Shanxi Province.
Chinese government made a serious protest against Japan on the September 18 Incident
Japan's Kwantung Army deliberately created the Liutiao Lake Incident in Northeast China's Shenyang. This incident is popularly known as "the September 18th Incident" and created a false pretext for Japan to launch an armed invasion of China.