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English: After the oppression by the Chinese Nationalist Army in the 228 Incident, Chung-xi Bai, then the Minister of Defense of Chinese Nationalist Government, went to Taiwan for a visit.
中文(臺灣): 事件平息後,國防部長白崇禧(中)來台宣慰。
Date 4 December 2004 uploaded
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