„If and when the war starts(WW2), no matter where or whoever you are or if you are young or old, Northner or Southner, you all have the responsibility of protecting our home and repelling the enemy, you all must have the will to achieve ultimate sacrifice.“

—  Chiang Kai-shek, 如果戰端一開,就是地無分南北,年無分老幼,無論何人,皆有守土抗戰之責任,皆應抱定犧牲一切之決心! 蔣介石廬山《應戰宣言》
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