Japanese troops gathered outside Mukden, Liaoning Province, China, 18 Sep 1931

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Photos on Same Day 18 Sep 1931
Photos at Same Place Mukden, Liaoning, China
Added By C. Peter Chen
Added Date 15 May 2007

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1. Ric Jordan says:
15 Feb 2015 07:47:04 AM

I would like to use this photograph in a well referenced narticle I've written about the participants and events that led up to the attack by the Japanese on Pearl Harbor. I know there are millions of written pages on thesubject, but I've taken a didferent POV on some things. I would like to use this photo. Can you help me find out who holds the copyright on it? Thank you for your time.

Ric Jordan
LT USN (Ret)

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