Members of the Chinese Labour Corps, in a ruined house. It is believed that about 2,000 died of them during the conflict. Photo: In Flanders Fields Museum, YpresMembers of the Chinese Labour Corps, in a ruined house. It is believed that about 2,000 died of them during the conflict. Photo: In Flanders Fields Museum, Ypres
Members of the Chinese Labour Corps, in a ruined house. It is believed that about 2,000 died of them during the conflict. Photo: In Flanders Fields Museum, Ypres

Chinese Labour Corps’ service in first world war has not been forgotten by Europe

Topic |   Chinese workers in the first world war
Members of the Chinese Labour Corps, in a ruined house. It is believed that about 2,000 died of them during the conflict. Photo: In Flanders Fields Museum, YpresMembers of the Chinese Labour Corps, in a ruined house. It is believed that about 2,000 died of them during the conflict. Photo: In Flanders Fields Museum, Ypres
Members of the Chinese Labour Corps, in a ruined house. It is believed that about 2,000 died of them during the conflict. Photo: In Flanders Fields Museum, Ypres
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