Japanese Type 94 tankettes attacking the Zhonghua Gate of the Nanjing city wall, China, 12 Dec 1937

Caption   Japanese Type 94 tankettes attacking the Zhonghua Gate of the Nanjing city wall, China, 12 Dec 1937 ww2dbase
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Added By C. Peter Chen
Added Date 25 Dec 2012

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1. Anonymous says:
12 Dec 2013 06:18:20 AM

the 4 words below 仁 on the wall means "swear to revenge for our nation"

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