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In a press release to foreign reporters, Tang Shengzhi announced the city would not surrender and would fight to the death.

The second telegram was sent through Shanghai to Japanese military leaders, advocating for a three-day cease-fire so the Chinese could withdraw from the city.

The following day, on December 10, Rabe got his answer from the Generalissimo.

The Chinese government left for relocation on December 1, and the president left on December 7, leaving the fate of Nanking to an International Committee led by John Rabe.

In an attempt to secure permission for this cease-fire from Generalissimo Chiang Kai-shek, a German national by the name of John Rabe who was living in Nanjing and had been acting as the Chairman of the Nanjing International Safety Zone Committee, boarded the USS Panay on December 9. The first was through an American ambassador in Hankow to Chiang, asking that Chinese forces "undertake no military operations" within Nanjing.

He and his staff realized that they could not risk the annihilation of their elite troops in a symbolic but hopeless defense of the capital.

To preserve the army for future battles, most of it was withdrawn.

The International Military Tribunal for the Far East in Tokyo estimated in 1946 that over 200,000 Chinese were killed in the incident.