City marks 66th anniversary of Japan’s surrender

Updated: 2011-09-03 17:32

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 City marks 66th anniversary of Japan’s surrender

An elementary school student adjusts a red scarf, the symbol of Chinese Young Pioneers, for a veteran of the war of resistance against Japanese aggression during World War II in Nanjing, South China's Jiangsu province, Sept 3, 2011. China marked the 66th anniversary of Japan's surrender in WWII, and about 100 students, veterans and residents in the city held a memorial ceremony at the Memorial Hall of the Victims of the Nanjing Massacre by Japanese Invaders. More than 300,000 Chinese people were killed in 1937 during the notorious Nanjing Massacre. [Photo/Xinhua] 

 City marks 66th anniversary of Japan’s surrender

Students and veterans strike a bell during a memorial ceremony for the 66th anniversary of Japan's surrender in WWII in Nanjing, South China’s Jiangsu province, Sept 3, 2011. The bell was struck 66 times in a wish for peace, Xinhua reported. [Photo/Xinhua] 

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