Synonyms for gepai or Related words with gepai
Examples of "gepai"
Waterfalls is noteworthy for those who prefer swimming, picnicking or photography.
Waterfalls is also known as Lubuk Degong by the locals. It used to be a black area during the communist insurgency but was later opened to public in 1989 after the Communist Party of Malaya signed a peace treaty with the Malaysian government.
In celebratory mood, the Orang Asli held a thanksgiving to celebrate the acquittal at Kampong Chang Sungai
, Bidor. The two lawyers who fought their case pro bono, Augustine Anthony and Amani Williams were guests of honour.
The Nationalists deployed the veteran unit of the First Encirclement Campaign, the 2nd Garrison Brigade, as the force to chase the enemy main force. The Nationalist 115th Brigade and Garrison Regiment stationed at Lantian (蓝田, "Bluefield"), Shanyang (山阳) and Shangxian (商县, "Merchant County") were also mobilized to attack the town of
In late March the Communist 25th Army returned to the modern municipal region of Shangluo, camping between Lantian and
towns. Although the Nationalist 3rd Garrison Brigade at Zhashui (柞水) and ZhenAn (镇安) county-towns could not stop their communist adversary, it did manage to follow closely. However, on April 9, 1935, the Nationalist 3rd Garrison Brigade was ambushed by the communists near Jiujianfang (九间房, "Nine Houses"), south of
. Two regiments were completely annihilated, more than a thousand Nationalist troops were taken prisoner - including the brigade commander Zhang Hanmin (张汉民). Riding on their victory, the communists took the county town of Luonan (雒南) on April 18.
The campaign begun in mid-February 1935 with the Nationalist attack on the town of
. The 25th Red Army, no match for their Nationalist adversary which enjoyed both numerical and technical superiorities, decided to withdraw south to Yunxi in the modern-day municipal region of Ankang. While on their retreat, the Communists took the county town of Ningshan and Foping, completely annihilating the defending forces.
On January 31, 1935, the town of Zuoshui (柞水) fell into the communist hands, forcing the nationalist 2nd Garrison Brigade to move westward to reinforce the region, thus communists had successfully achieved their objective of dispersing the enemy. On February 1, 1935, as the 252nd Regiment of the nationalist 116th Brigade reached the region of Caiyuyao (蔡玉窑), it was ambushed by the waiting enemy and one battalion of the 252nd Regiment of the nationalist 116th Brigade completely annihilated while the other two were badly mauled. The communists subsequently withdrew to
(葛牌) Town to rest and regroup.
With more than three fifths of their deployed force now out of action after continuous defeat, the Government army was forced to call off its Second Encirclement Campaign against the Hubei-Henan-Shaanxi Soviet. Taking advantage of their victory, the Communists further consolidated their position in Luonan (雒南) and Shanyang (山阳) counties, and in the towns of Wuxing (五星, "Five Star"), Zhenzuo (镇柞) and Yunxi (郧西). The Red regular force climbed to 3700 by May, and a 2,000 member strong guerrilla force was established as well. The base area was centered around
and Caojiaping (曹家坪, "Cao family plot").
On February 5, 1935, the nationalist commander-in-chief of the encirclement campaign, Liu Yanbiao (柳彦彪), the commander of the nationalist 116th Brigade, personally led the 251st Regiment and 248th Regiment of the nationalist 116th Brigade to attack
(葛牌) Town, in attempt to avenge the previous annihilation of the 252nd Regiment of the nationalist 116th Brigade. The communists first checked the nationalist advance at the Wengo (文公) Ridge by taking advantage of the terrain, and then launched their counterassault on the front and left flank. After two battalions were completely annihilated by the communist onslaught, the nationalist morale collapsed and the nationalist troops fled southward. This final nationalist defeat marked the end of the First Encirclement Campaign against Hubei-Henan-Sichuan Soviet.
Captain D.G. Lock was killed while bathing near Bidor on 2 October 1948 (att. K.O.Y.L.I.). Captain A.R. Pickin was killed in action at Bidor on 18 July 1948. Both of them were buried at Batu Gajah Christian Cemetery. GHQ 26th Gurkha Infantry Brigade and the Royal Artillery's 95 Independent Field Battery (comprising "Charlie Troop" "Dog Troop" and "Command Troop") was stationed in Bidor in the 1950s to quell communist insurgency. After Malaya gained independence, Bidor was under the command of the local Royal Malaysian Police 3rd Battalion General Operations Forces (formally known as Police Field Force) who was stationed locally. This unit is famous with its elite Senoi Praaq unit; a special unit consists of Orang Asli (indigenous tribe) expert in tracking. The last 'black area' in Bidor, the
Falls was finally opened to public in 1989 after a treaty was signed between Malaysian government and the Malayan Communist Party.
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