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Chinese Red Army troops training with Thompson M1921 submachine guns, 1930-1937Chinese Red Army troops training with Thompson M1921 submachine guns, 1930-1937Chinese Red Army troops training with Thompson M1921 submachine guns, 1930-1937Chinese Red Army troops training with Thompson M1921 submachine guns, 1930-1937
Chinese Red Army troops training with Thompson M1921 submachine guns, 1930-1937Chinese Red Army troops training with Thompson M1921 submachine guns, 1930-1937Chinese Red Army troops training with Thompson M1921 submachine guns, 1930-1937Chinese Red Army troops training with Thompson M1921 submachine guns, 1930-1937
Chinese soldier with ZB vz. 26 light machine gun, 1930sChinese soldiers on a K800 motorcycle, circa 1937Czechoslovakian troops on exercise, late 1930s; note ZB vz. 26 light machine gunJapanese soldier with camel, northeastern China, 1937
Chinese soldier with ZB vz. 26 light machine gun, 1930sChinese soldiers on a K800 motorcycle, circa 1937Czechoslovakian troops on exercise, late 1930s; note ZB vz. 26 light machine gunJapanese soldier with camel, northeastern China, 1937
K800 motorcycles of Chinese Army still-in-training Armored Regiment, Nanjing, China, circa 1937Soldiers of German 1st SS Division Leibstandarte SS Adolf Hitler in full dress uniform with Kar 98b rifles, circa 1937-1938Polish sailors on training ship ORP Mazur with 75mm guns, Jul 1937Chinese ZB vz. 26 machine gun crew at Lugou Bridge, Beiping, China, Jul 1937
K800 motorcycles of Chinese Army still-in-training Armored Regiment, Nanjing, China, circa 1937Soldiers of German 1st SS Division Leibstandarte SS Adolf Hitler in full dress uniform with Kar 98b rifles, circa 1937-1938Polish sailors on training ship ORP Mazur with 75mm guns, Jul 1937Chinese ZB vz. 26 machine gun crew at Lugou Bridge, Beiping, China, Jul 1937
Chinese ZB vz. 26 machine gun crew at Lugou Bridge, Beiping, China, Jul 1937A group of Japanese Army officers and men cheering at Nankou, Beijing, China, 1937; seen in the 1 Sep 1937 issue of the Japanese publication AsahigraphA representative from a Shanghai womenA representative from a Shanghai women
Chinese ZB vz. 26 machine gun crew at Lugou Bridge, Beiping, China, Jul 1937A group of Japanese Army officers and men cheering at Nankou, Beijing, China, 1937; seen in the 1 Sep 1937 issue of the Japanese publication AsahigraphA representative from a Shanghai women's association donating clothing to Chinese troops, Shanghai, China, circa Aug 1937, photo 1 of 2A representative from a Shanghai women's association donating clothing to Chinese troops, Shanghai, China, circa Aug 1937, photo 2 of 2
Chinese soldier in Shanghai, China, mid-1937; note Hangyang Type 88 rifle and German-made helmet and grenadesChinese soldier with a military uniform-clad boy in Shanghai, China prior to the Japanese invasion, Jul-Aug 1937Chinese soldiers in Shanghai, China, mid-1937; note Hangyang Type 88 rifle, unidentified machine gun, and German-made helmets and grenadesChinese soldiers in Shanghai, China, mid-1937; note Hangyang Type 88 rifles and German-made helmets
Chinese soldier in Shanghai, China, mid-1937; note Hangyang Type 88 rifle and German-made helmet and grenadesChinese soldier with a military uniform-clad boy in Shanghai, China prior to the Japanese invasion, Jul-Aug 1937Chinese soldiers in Shanghai, China, mid-1937; note Hangyang Type 88 rifle, unidentified machine gun, and German-made helmets and grenadesChinese soldiers in Shanghai, China, mid-1937; note Hangyang Type 88 rifles and German-made helmets

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