Nationalist marshal Chang Hsueh-liang's role in the famous Xian incident during the second Sino-Japanese war troubled him until the day he died, according to his close friend former Taiwanese premier Hau Pei-tsun. Photo: Reuters
Nationalist marshal Chang Hsueh-liang's role in the famous Xian incident during the second Sino-Japanese war troubled him until the day he died, according to his close friend former Taiwanese premier Hau Pei-tsun. Photo: Reuters

Former Taiwanese premier gives insight into Xian incident

Nationalist marshal Chang Hsueh-liang's role in the famous Xian incident during the second Sino-Japanese war troubled him until the day he died, according to his close friend former Taiwanese premier Hau Pei-tsun. Photo: Reuters
Nationalist marshal Chang Hsueh-liang's role in the famous Xian incident during the second Sino-Japanese war troubled him until the day he died, according to his close friend former Taiwanese premier Hau Pei-tsun. Photo: Reuters
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