|Caption|| ||Japanese Ki-21 bomber dropping bombs on Chongqing, China, China, 14 Sep 1940; note Yangtze River ww2db|
|Source|| ||ww2db United States Library of Congress|
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|Added By|| ||C. Peter Chen|
|Added Date|| ||11 Aug 2011|
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|WW2-Era Place Name ||Chongqing, China|
|Lat/Long ||29.6140, 106.6145|
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