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  1. #11
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    Default Gone for ever

    I recall that my father had several boxes of my grandfathers QSL card in the garage. The only one ones that I have are the hand full of scanned copies that I thought to have a record of, these are the one on the web page. The rest are gone for ever, not something I don't want to think about too much.

    Again if anyone has any additional information about the various station on the QSL cards I keen to hear.

    http://vk6ysf.com/qsl_heritage.htm

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    Quote Originally Posted by KE9EX View Post
    The Nationalist Chiang Kai Shek government moved to Capital to Chungking (Old Spelling).
    After the Communist takeover in 1949 it was moved back to Peking, now, of course, called Beijing.

    Chungking/Chongquing is a separate city from Peking/Beijing.
    card is from 1939
    the Nationalist Government moved to Chungking
    because the Japanese Imperial Army was occupying Beijing

    the Red Army was on the long march
    moving west to escape from the Nationalist Army
    most of the Red Army did not survive the march

    ps
    great cards thanks for the posting

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