By Yi Dai Jun
This booklet tells the tale of many educational well-known humans within the throughout the interval of Republic China, in particular whilst the valuable study Institute retreated to Sichuan Lizhuang after the beginning of the warfare of resistance opposed to Japan. It not just can allow the standard readers to grasp extra approximately those educational recognized as usual humans other than their educational learn, but additionally could make specialist readers have a closer realizing concerning the academic mutual family members of educational teams. This publication has many fabrics that's infrequent within the mainland and obtained from Taipei primary examine Institute by way of the writer. Whats extra, the writer additionally went to Lizhuang to go to a few witnesses at the moment after they stayed there in Anti-Japanese struggle and obtained many little-known ability fabrics during the manner of oral heritage files.
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