After Japan invaded northeastern China in 1931, it moved westward. In historical Suiyuan province in northern China, Japan founded a puppet Mongolian government and military.
To regain the control of Bailingmiao, a small town on the boarder of Mongolia and China, the Chinese military fought against Japanese-trained Mongolian troops who had been attacking the town. Japanese reinforcements didn’t come for the Mongolian army, and Chinese forces were able to successfully push back the Mongolian troops and recovered Bailingmiao. They also captured weapons and army supplies, and killed and captured Mongolian soldiers and Japanese spies.
The win was a morale boost for the Chinese.
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