In July 26th of the Republic of China, after the Lugou Bridge Incident broke out, Japan launched a military attack on China, and also managed to control the Guangyuan Ship in San Francisco, the United States, and sent the scrap iron on board to Osaka to refine weapons to supply the Japanese army on the battlefield in China. use. The Guangyuan ship belongs to our nationality ship.
After the strategy of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Ministry of Communications, as well as the mediation between the Consulate photo background removing General in San Francisco and the Japanese side, it successfully prevented the ship from leaving, preventing the scrap iron from being used for other purposes, and reducing the casualties of the national army. Let's go through the national archives together and witness the "ship" of the Anti-Japanese War that decisively fought thousands of miles away. In July of the 26th year of the Republic of China (the same below), the Lugouqiao Incident broke out, Japan aggressively expanded its military offensive in China, and the situation of the national army on the battlefield became increasingly difficult. In August, the Consulate General in San Francisco (hereinafter referred to as the Consulate General) received an application from General Shipping Company, the agent of Yantai Yongyuan Shipping Company, and stated that it had purchased the 3,000-ton.
Ainakry from the American Suden Krissson Shipping Company. ENDA CHRIS TENOS, which has been renamed Guangyuan Ship, please issue a certificate of temporary nationality of the ship, so as to apply to the US Customs for departure procedures. After the ship returns to China, it can be registered in accordance with the law and the certificate of Chinese nationality can be renewed. Consul General Huang Chaoqin in San Francisco carefully reviewed various documents and learned that 20 Chinese crew members were waiting to pick up the ship at the US Immigration Detention Center, but there were three Japanese captains, chief engineer and chief mate on board. The ship was carrying a batch of 2,000 The remaining tons of scrap iron are expected to sail to Osaka, Japan, and then return to Yantai. At a