WARS, CONFLICS AND STRATEGY ON 25 SEPTEMBER IN ASIAN HISTORY
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Updated on September 25, 2019
1903 : Filipino General Simeon Arboleda Ola, revolutionary leader of Guinobatan, Albay, surrendered to American Colonel Harry H. Banholtz, over a year after the surrender of General Miguel Malvar to the Americans
1933: 5th “extermination campaign” against communists in Nanjing China
1937: During the Second Sino-Japanese War, the Chinese Eighth Route Army gains a minor, but morale-boosting victory in the Battle of Pingxingguan
1950: United Nations forces take control of the South Korean capital Seoul, three months after it fell to North Korea
1955: Cambodia reneges her membership to French Union Française
1965: In a note to New-Delhi, China reminds its claim on 90,000 km2 of the Indian territory
1972: Beginning of Japanese Kakuei Tanaka visit to China which will be concluded by September joint communiqué announcing the end of state of war and the establishment of diplomatic relations
1977: Filipino armed forces commander General Espino starts a visit to China
1996: Taleban fighters capture the strategically important Sarobi, 45 miles east of Kabul, which allowed them to march easily to within three miles of the city centre
2008: Pakistan says its troops fired warning shots at two Nato helicopters as they crossed the border from Afghanistan
2010: Tensions between China and Japan over the arrest of a Chinese trawler captain flare anew, a day after his release, with Beijing demanding an apology for the detention, and Tokyo refusing
2012: China has taken delivery of its first aircraft carrier into service, according to the country’s defence ministry.
2012: Japanese coast guard vessels have tried to turn away dozens of Taiwanese fishing boats near a chain of disputed islands in the East China Sea after firing water cannons at them.