Preparatory division, temporary editor, new editor and general division
if you read the books on the serial numbers of the first-class combat units of Chinese military divisions during the Anti-Japanese War, you will find differences: the serial numbers of some troops are directly numbered, such as the 87th and 88th divisions of the Central Army attacking the Japanese Army in Songhu, and the 130th Division that took part in the Battle of Tengchong. Some are new divisions, such as the 38th Division of the Chinese Army stationed in India. Some units are temporary divisions, such as the 5th Division, which took part in the Battle of Changde. Some of the troops also prepared for the reserve division, such as the 10th Division in the defensive battle of Hengyang.
so, during World War II, what was the difference between reserve division, temporary division, new division and ordinary division of the Chinese army?
the 2nd preparatory division is set up as a security regiment plus recruits, while the 7th preparatory division has no sign of the security regiment. The 7th preparatory division, composed of recruits from the 3rd, 4th, 8th and 10th of the 26th training and management office, was formally established in Shaanxi martial arts. After the establishment, it will guard the rear traffic in the Guyuan area of Ningxia.
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whether they are officers and men of new divisions, temporary divisions, reserve divisions or ordinary divisions, as long as they take part in the Battle of Songhu and Wuhan and other anti-Japanese battles, they are all national heroes worthy of our admiration.