26 Oct 1911

China
  • Haichou fired on revolutionary forces at Wuhan, Hubei Province, China. ww2dbase [Haichou | Wuhan, Hubei | CPC]
28 Oct 1911

China
  • Haichou fired on revolutionary forces at Wuhan, Hubei Province, China. ww2dbase [Haichou | Wuhan, Hubei | CPC]
  • Haichen fired on revolutionary forces at Wuhan, Hubei Province, China. ww2dbase [Haichen | Wuhan, Hubei | CPC]
14 Nov 1911

China
  • At Wuhan, Hubei Province, China, Captain Huang Zhongying of protected cruiser Haichou switched sides in the Chinese revolution, declaring support for the revolutionaries. ww2dbase [Haichou | Wuhan, Hubei | CPC]
20 Nov 1911

China
  • Haichou fired on the Qing troop concentration at the railroad station at Wuhan, Hubei Province, China, destroying 5 trains and killing many. ww2dbase [Haichou | Wuhan, Hubei | CPC]
10 Aug 1937

Photo(s) dated 10 Aug 1937
Smoke rising from Hankou, Wuhan, Hubei Province, China, 10 Aug 1937Civilians filling sandbags, Hankou, Wuhan, Hubei Province, China, 10 Aug 1937, photo 1 of 2Civilians filling sandbags, Hankou, Wuhan, Hubei Province, China, 10 Aug 1937, photo 2 of 2Sandbags on a street in Hankou, Wuhan, Hubei Province, China, 10 Aug 1937, photo 1 of 2
See all photos dated 10 Aug 1937
12 Jan 1938

China
  • Chen Cheng was named the head of the political bureau of the Nationalist military and the commander-in-chief of the Wuhan garrison in Hubei, China. ww2dbase [Chen Cheng | Wuhan, Hubei | CPC]
28 Feb 1938

China
26 Apr 1938

China
  • Cen Zeliu and wingman Lieutenant Chu Chun-chiu, flying I-15bis fighters, gave chase to the Japanese G3M bomber (Lieutenant Commander Jiro Tokui) which had just conducted a single-plane bombing mission on Xiaogan Airfield near Wuhan, Hubei, China. They shot down the bomber six miles northeast of the airfield. ww2dbase [Cen Zeliu | Wuhan, Hubei | CPC]
29 Apr 1938

China
  • Japanese aircraft attacked Wuhan, Hubei, China; Chinese fighters shot down 21 Japanese aircraft at cost of only 12 aircraft lost. ww2dbase [Battle of Wuhan | Wuhan, Hubei | CPC]
31 May 1938

China
  • Luo Yingde, flying an I-16 fighter, claimed a Japanese A5M fighter over Lake Hou near Wuhan, Hubei Province, China. His victim might had been Petty Officer 3rd Class Yoshimi Minami, which was forced down by heavy damage during that battle. ww2dbase [Luo Yingde | Wuhan, Hubei | CPC]
11 Jun 1938

China
22 Oct 1938

China
26 Oct 1938

China
  • Japanese troops captured undefended Wuchang and Hankou (now districts of the city of Wuhan) in Hubei, China. ww2dbase [Battle of Wuhan | Wuhan, Hubei | CPC]
14 Dec 1943

China
  • Zhou Zhikai, flying a P-40E Warhawk fighter, was killed when he failed a crash landing attempt. He had been pursued and damaged by two Ki-44 aircraft of Japanese 85th Sentai over Xiaogan Airfield near Wuhan, Hubei, China. ww2dbase [Zhou Zhikai | Wuhan, Hubei | CPC]
23 Dec 1944

China
  • While leading 16 Mustang fighters of 118th Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron back from an attack on the Wuchang-Hankou ferry terminals in Hubei Province, China, Lieutenant Colonel Edward McComas strafed the Japanese airfields at Wuchang and Erdaokou, destroying (in less than an hour) five Ki-43 fighters in the air and another two Japanese aircraft on the ground. ww2dbase [Wuhan, Hubei | AC]

Timeline Section Founder: Thomas Houlihan
Contributors: Alan Chanter, C. Peter Chen, Thomas Houlihan, Hugh Martyr, David Stubblebine
Special Thanks: Rory Curtis




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