Chinwangtao


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Chin·wang·tao

 (chĭn′wäng′tou′)
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Qin•huang•dao

or Chin•huang•tao

(ˈtʃɪnˈʰwɑŋˈdaʊ)

n.
a seaport in NE Hebei province, in NE China, on the Bohai. 364,972.
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Phase 4 marks the period during which the coalition navies planned and executed operations for occupying Shanhaikwan (Shanhaiguan) and Chinwangtao (Qinhuangdao) to maintain coalition communications during the winter.
PHASE 4: EXECUTING OPERATIONS IN SHANHAIKWAN AND CHINWANGTAO
Marines who were being evacuated from Chinwangtao. But the ship ran aground in the Yangtze Kiang River, the Marines were captured, and no one knows what happened to Peking Man....