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Last Chinese military victory

January 26 2011 at 7:08 PM

Eric  (Login Nighthawk00)
Eagle Squadron (US)

When was it?
There was a border dispute with India somewhere in the '60s (I believe 1967), the Indians claim victory, the Chinese claim victory. Apart from that small skirmish, what is the last true Chinese military victory?

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AryanArya
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Satyameva Jayate (India)

Re: Last Chinese military victory

January 27 2011, 1:39 AM 


China's last true military victory is the 1962 Clashes with India. They were able to take Aksai Chin from India which is still in their hands.


They lost the 1967 Clashes with India. Their incursions into then independent state of Sikkim was thwarted by Indians and thanks to their invasion, India annexed Sikkim few years later.


They also lost the 1979 clashes with Vietnam. They failed to pressure the Vietnamese to withdraw their troops from Cambodia.


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BR
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Re: Last Chinese military victory

January 27 2011, 7:12 AM 

Eric, it's okay to confuse a Paki for Indian, but not an Indian for a Paki. That's just not cool. We don't claim victory after getting beaten up black and blue LOL. You're confusing our behavior with them

 
 

Eric
(Login Nighthawk00)
Eagle Squadron (US)

Re: Last Chinese military victory

January 27 2011, 2:42 PM 

Before that there's WW2, nothing to be proud of for the Chinese. What's before WW2? The Boxer revolution and the Opium wars?

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An unavoidable war is called justice.
When brutality is the only option left,
it is holy.
Machiavelli - The Prince 1513.


I'm not American, I'm from Flanders.

 
 

sick indian=cheap mouth wanking
(Login dy1022)

Re: Last Chinese military victory

January 28 2011, 6:04 AM 

still mouth wanking?


1950-1953

we fcuked UN nations' army , the PLA joins from the chinese-NK border and finished in 38 line.

victory already writed in history book, not your fcuking mouth could change it.



china-india war, still mouth wanking?
see dead indian army picts, indian pow, dead indian GEN singh!


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1969-china vs USSR on zhenbao island!

since 1969 we landed on the island, now half of zhenbao island under chinese rule,
victory or not?


1979-1989 china vs viet

land: we collect viet' strategy mountains and land, destoryed their infrs,economy,destory their wet dreams in SE asia, leaving NV without living men!

sea: the PLAN fcuked SV's navy twice and collect lots of islands.

victory or not decied by history not your fcuking mouth!


 
 

Oki
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Re: Last Chinese military victory

January 28 2011, 11:51 AM 

I guess China's greatest victory is that they are the so-called "oldest surviving civilization" on the planet... i.e. no foreign culture was able to change that... I would say that's the ultimate victory... after all, victory should be judged based on the final outcome and result of a conflict and not it's process...



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AryanArya
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Satyameva Jayate (India)

Re: Last Chinese military victory

January 28 2011, 1:45 PM 


\\I guess China's greatest victory is that they are the so-called "oldest surviving civilization" on the planet...\\



China is not THE oldest surviving civilization. It is ONE OF THE oldest surviving civilization. The other being India.

As per historians, there are four civilizations which can be termed as "cradles of civilization". - Egypt , Mesopatamia, India and China. The Egyptian and Mesopatamian civilizations are gone, but India and China survived. India especially went through countless invasions and colonialism and yet managed to protect its civilization intact.

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Hawkssss
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Re: Last Chinese military victory

January 29 2011, 6:50 AM 

few indians can read your own taxt just from 2000 years ago while Chinese can still read ours.....Ancient indians aren't the same as the exisitng indians...

China's last military victory was over Vietnam in 1979, and 1962 over india and 1950 in Korea over the most powerful military machine on earth....

The so-called clash in 1967 is an indian invention just to make themselves feel good....


Indian forces were soundly defeated, 7000 men having been killed......"

http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/546167/Sino-Indian-War


"This led eventually to an embarassing military defeat for the Indian army in an all-out war in 1962"

http://books.google.com.hk/books?id=GUUtG1fUgUIC&pg=PA14&lpg=PA14&dq=1962+china+india+war+embarassing+defeat&source=bl&ots=kDV6kjReYf&sig=WFaCq0KfyzmyLLSIImWQtsddnXE&hl=zh-TW&ei=NtHNSs7pMdD-kAWEhsH7Aw&sa=X&oi=book_result&ct=result&resnum=3#v=onepage&q=&f=false


"From the phase of being identified as "Hindi Chini Bhai Bhai" to the humiliating defeat of India by the Chinese forces in 1962 to the growing warmth in the bilateral relations.."

http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=1301962


"India was soundly defeated in a month-long confrontation with the Chinese"

http://books.google.com.hk/books?id=lDbr84VIClUC&pg=PA7&lpg=PA7&dq=1962+china+india+war+embarassing+defeat&source=bl&ots=njhi6XP9VN&sig=lo8ryL6qTKv2mWjVo9H4pXZVI50&hl=zh-TW&ei=NtHNSs7pMdD-kAWEhsH7Aw&sa=X&oi=book_result&ct=result&resnum=6#v=onepage&q=&f=false


"The embarassing defeat by China in October 1962 led to the formation of the Indian strategic doctrine...."

http://books.google.com.hk/books?id=sOTZqI5zREoC&pg=PA133&lpg=PA133&dq=1962+china+india+war+embarassing+defeat&source=bl&ots=SrJb_oNtAS&sig=p8Dr43BLXSi-u4Bz2kaeuF0PeOI&hl=zh-TW&ei=NtHNSs7pMdD-kAWEhsH7Aw&sa=X&oi=book_result&ct=result&resnum=9#v=onepage&q=&f=false


"After administering a blistering defeat in 1962, the Chinese forces withdrew 20 km behind the McMahon Line"

http://www.globalsecurity.org/military/world/war/indo-prc_1962.htm#


"Between October 20 and November 21, 1962, India and China fought a ... it ended in defeat, India lost prestige. "

http://www.idsa.in/publications/strategic-analysis/2003/jul/Sukumaran.pdf



"In a nutshell: China won the 1962 Sino Indian war"

http://indianiser.com/general/sino-indian-1962-war-the-fall-of-trust/


"Defeat in 1962 War with China was/is the most important event in Indian history after Independance. "

http://www.outlookindia.com/article.aspx?224864


"and the defeat and humiliation it wreaked on an unprepared India...."

http://www.reversespins.com/fortyyears.html



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AryanArya
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Satyameva Jayate (India)

Re: Last Chinese military victory

January 29 2011, 4:14 PM 

\\few indians can read your own taxt just from 2000 years ago while Chinese can still read ours.....Ancient indians aren't the same as the exisitng indians... \\


China never had a single language. Mandarin became the chinese language only when the Manchu colonisers made it madatory. Until the Manchu rule, the Southern chinese spoke their own local language.

Indian languages on the other hand are much older. The word 'Mandarin' like the word 'China' itself is derived from Indian languages.

Mandarin is derived from Sanskrit/ Hindi word 'Mantri' (Minister) referring to the language spoken by the Chinese councillors.

And China is derived from the Sanskrit word "Cina" referring to the Qin dynasty.



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\\The so-called clash in 1967 is an indian invention just to make themselves feel good.... \\



That is just a chinese BS invented to forget the arse whoop they got from the Indians in 1967 .



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WAFFer
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Re: Last Chinese military victory

January 30 2011, 1:16 AM 

^^^Oh God I'm so sick of this loser making up BS about Chinese history or the imaginary war of 1967 just to make up for his indian inferiority complex

 
 
Hawkssss
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Re: Last Chinese military victory

January 30 2011, 2:32 AM 

That's typical indian...they have to make themselves feel good because they are so incompetnent in just about everything....lol

them pathetic indians....l1o1lo1l1o1l1


Indian forces were soundly defeated, 7000 men having been killed......"

http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/546167/Sino-Indian-War


"This led eventually to an embarassing military defeat for the Indian army in an all-out war in 1962"

http://books.google.com.hk/books?id=GUUtG1fUgUIC&pg=PA14&lpg=PA14&dq=1962+china+india+war+embarassing+defeat&source=bl&ots=kDV6kjReYf&sig=WFaCq0KfyzmyLLSIImWQtsddnXE&hl=zh-TW&ei=NtHNSs7pMdD-kAWEhsH7Aw&sa=X&oi=book_result&ct=result&resnum=3#v=onepage&q=&f=false


"From the phase of being identified as "Hindi Chini Bhai Bhai" to the humiliating defeat of India by the Chinese forces in 1962 to the growing warmth in the bilateral relations.."

http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=1301962


"India was soundly defeated in a month-long confrontation with the Chinese"

http://books.google.com.hk/books?id=lDbr84VIClUC&pg=PA7&lpg=PA7&dq=1962+china+india+war+embarassing+defeat&source=bl&ots=njhi6XP9VN&sig=lo8ryL6qTKv2mWjVo9H4pXZVI50&hl=zh-TW&ei=NtHNSs7pMdD-kAWEhsH7Aw&sa=X&oi=book_result&ct=result&resnum=6#v=onepage&q=&f=false


"The embarassing defeat by China in October 1962 led to the formation of the Indian strategic doctrine...."

http://books.google.com.hk/books?id=sOTZqI5zREoC&pg=PA133&lpg=PA133&dq=1962+china+india+war+embarassing+defeat&source=bl&ots=SrJb_oNtAS&sig=p8Dr43BLXSi-u4Bz2kaeuF0PeOI&hl=zh-TW&ei=NtHNSs7pMdD-kAWEhsH7Aw&sa=X&oi=book_result&ct=result&resnum=9#v=onepage&q=&f=false


"After administering a blistering defeat in 1962, the Chinese forces withdrew 20 km behind the McMahon Line"

http://www.globalsecurity.org/military/world/war/indo-prc_1962.htm#


"Between October 20 and November 21, 1962, India and China fought a ... it ended in defeat, India lost prestige. "

http://www.idsa.in/publications/strategic-analysis/2003/jul/Sukumaran.pdf



"In a nutshell: China won the 1962 Sino Indian war"

http://indianiser.com/general/sino-indian-1962-war-the-fall-of-trust/


"Defeat in 1962 War with China was/is the most important event in Indian history after Independance. "

http://www.outlookindia.com/article.aspx?224864


"and the defeat and humiliation it wreaked on an unprepared India...."

http://www.reversespins.com/fortyyears.html


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AryanArya
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Satyameva Jayate (India)

Re: Last Chinese military victory

January 30 2011, 3:10 AM 

\\Oh God I'm so sick of this loser making up BS about Chinese history or the imaginary war of 1967 just to make up for his indian inferiority complex \\


LOL , First I should be sick of all you idiots who are ignorant of their own history and still argue !



The word 'Mandarin' is derived from the portugese word 'Mandarim' which is taken from Hindi 'Mantri' which is in turn taken from Sanskrit 'Mantri'.


http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?term=mandarin

Mandarin

"Chinese official," 1580s, via Port. mandarim or Du. mandorijn from Malay mantri, from Hindi mantri "councilor, minister of state," from Skt. mantri, nom. of mantrin- "advisor," from mantra "counsel," from PIE base *men- "to think" (see mind). Form influenced in Portuguese by mandar "to command, order." Used generically for the several grades of Chinese officials; sense of "chief dialect of Chinese" (spoken by officials and educated people) is from c.1600. The type of small, deep-colored orange so called from 1771, from resemblance of its color to that of robes worn by mandarins.




The word 'China' is derived from the Sanskrit word 'Cina' referring to the Qin dynasty.


http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?term=China


China


Asian country, 1550s, probably ultimately from Skt. Cina-s "the Chinese" (earliest European usage is in Italian, by Marco Polo), perhaps from Qin dynasty, which ruled 3c. B.C.E. Latinized as Sina, hence sinologist. The Chinese word for the country is Chung-kuo, lit. "the Middle Kingdom." Chinatown first attested 1857 in California.




Below is the excerpt from book Indian and her neighbourhood written by a French author which talks about the 1967 clashes with China.



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hydropod
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Middle Kingdom (China)

Re: Last Chinese military victory

January 30 2011, 3:46 AM 

Yawn...
We Chinese don't call our own language "mandarin", and in our native tongue, our nation is always called ZhongGuo/Zhonghua/Huaxia, nothing even remotely resembling the world "China".

Who cares where the name others call us came from, got nothing to do with us.

 
 


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Re: Last Chinese military victory

January 30 2011, 8:10 PM 

Funny how Chinks keep shouting they defeated the most powerful Military Machinery in the 50s, when they had help from the Soviets & the most powerful Military Machinery had a hand and leg tied up behind its bag plus a lot of other limitations.

Some reality check: By 1953 when the US called for negotiations, they had already gained the momentum again and figured out how to treat an overcome the Chinks. It was the civil unwillingness to go all the way that finished the war there.

 
 


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Middle Kingdom (China)

Re: Last Chinese military victory

January 30 2011, 8:27 PM 

Korean War, October 1950, before China entered the War.

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Korean War ended:
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China basically took all of North Korea from US forces.

You can shut up now, newbie. (You're probably an Indian. No white people come to the Asian forum. LOL)


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Re: Last Chinese military victory

January 31 2011, 1:09 AM 

Lol you Dum Dum!!!

With your maps you want to make it to look like if the Chinese entered the war, drew the UN Forces back & then shortly before the 38th Paralel UN asked for peace.

I invite you to take 10 min of your day and watch this video to get the facts streight






 
 


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Shaheens (Pakistan)

Re: Last Chinese military victory

January 31 2011, 3:14 AM 

agree with BR dont confuse with indians...

nasty looking faggots...


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speaking of indians defeats.. indians get ripped apart from the pakistanis in most battles

1965- runn ul Kutch - a complete route for the indian military
1965 - battle for kashmir - after 2 weeks of hard fighting indians ran to UN for a ceasefire
1984- saichin glacier - indian loses more men, equipment and money in this on going duel
1999- kargil is where we ready kicked india in the balls....in end it took an american marine general to back us down


indian in general are third class warrier race, no wonder every one conquered them, from muslims to christians



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8 F-86Fs of No 19 Squadron led by Squadron Leader Sajjad Haider struck Pathankot airfield. With carefully positioned dives and selecting each individual aircraft in their protected pens for their strafing attacks, the strike elements completed a textbook operation against Pathankot. Wing Commander M G Tawab, flying one of the two Sabres as tied escorts overhead, counted 14 wrecks burning on the airfield. Among the aircraft destroyed on the ground were nearly all of the IAFs Soviet-supplied Mig-21s till then received, none of which were seen again during the War.


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