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Benxihu Colliery

The colliery (called Honkeiko by the Japanese and Benxihu by the Chinese) was on any word to see a definition from the Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary.

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Benxihu (Honkeiko) Colliery (本溪湖媒礦), located at. Benxi, Liaoning, China.
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concerns about nuclear energy. 1942: Benxihu Colliery disaster in Benxi, Liaoning, China left. 1549 workers dead in the worst coal mining accident in the world.
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at Honkeiko (Benxihu) Colliery,. China. That was the worst single coal-mining disaster in history, according the Guinness Book of.
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Oct 7, 2010 dust explosion at Benxihu Colliery in Liaoning province in North Eastern China in April 1942. Friday 8 October 2010.

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Thảm họa Benxihu Colliery: Vụ nổ bụi than và ga ở khu mỏ Benxihu Colliery, Liêu Ninh, Trung Quốc làm 1.549 người thiệt mạng, trong đó có 31 người Nhật Bản.

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Benxihu Colliery - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Benxihu (Honkeiko) Colliery (simplified Chinese: 本溪湖煤矿; traditional Chinese: 本溪湖煤礦), located in Benxi, Liaoning, China, was first mined in 1905.
Mining accident - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Honkeiko colliery mining disaster (China [1942]) -- Britannica Online
The colliery (called Honkeiko by the Japanese and Benxihu by the Chinese) was located near Benxi Lake in the ore-rich region of eastern Liaoning province.
Honkeiko Colliery | Facebook
Benxihu (Honkeiko) Colliery, located in Benxi, Liaoning, China, was first mined in 1905.
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Benxihu Colliery.

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