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Resource ID: #20993
Subject: Military
Source: Public TV Service (Taiwan)
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Date: Dec. 1

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During World War II, General Sun Li-Jen was a general for China. He never lost a battle. He was awarded four Legion of Merit awards by the United States, and he received the Commander of the British Empire medal from King George VI. In 1955, however, Li-Jen was forced to resign, taking blame for his subordinate's spy case. After the resignation, he was under house arrest for 33 years. In the year 200, however, Taiwan's opposition party won the presidential election for the first time and the case was re-examined by the new government. This documentary investigates the case and the US' involvement in the events.

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