165 items in this album on 9 pages.

Xu Yongchang signing the surrender document on behalf of China aboard USS Missouri, Tokyo Bay, Japan, 2 Sep 1945, photo 3 of 5Xu Yongchang signing the surrender document on behalf of China aboard USS Missouri, Tokyo Bay, Japan, 2 Sep 1945, photo 4 of 5Xu Yongchang signing the surrender document on behalf of China aboard USS Missouri, Tokyo Bay, Japan, 2 Sep 1945, photo 5 of 5Xu Yongchang, Bruce Fraser, Kuzma Derevyanko, Thomas Blamey, L. Moore Cosgrave, and Jacques Le Clerc aboard USS Missouri, Tokyo Bay, Japan, 2 Sep 1945. Note the wire recorder upper left.
Xu Yongchang signing the surrender document on behalf of China aboard USS Missouri, Tokyo Bay, Japan, 2 Sep 1945, photo 3 of 5Xu Yongchang signing the surrender document on behalf of China aboard USS Missouri, Tokyo Bay, Japan, 2 Sep 1945, photo 4 of 5Xu Yongchang signing the surrender document on behalf of China aboard USS Missouri, Tokyo Bay, Japan, 2 Sep 1945, photo 5 of 5Xu Yongchang, Bruce Fraser, Kuzma Derevyanko, Thomas Blamey, L. Moore Cosgrave, and Jacques Le Clerc aboard USS Missouri, Tokyo Bay, Japan, 2 Sep 1945. Note the wire recorder upper left.
Aerial view of devastated Asakusa, Tokyo, Japan, 28 Sep 1945; note Senso-ji templeAerial view of the Imperial Palace and neighborhoods to its east, Tokyo, Japan, 28 Sep 1945Tokyo, Japan in ruins, 28 Sep 1945; note National Diet BuildingRuins surrounding Tokyo Station, Tokyo, Japan, Oct 1945
Aerial view of devastated Asakusa, Tokyo, Japan, 28 Sep 1945; note Senso-ji templeAerial view of the Imperial Palace and neighborhoods to its east, Tokyo, Japan, 28 Sep 1945Tokyo, Japan in ruins, 28 Sep 1945; note National Diet BuildingRuins surrounding Tokyo Station, Tokyo, Japan, Oct 1945
Shinbashi Station, Tokyo, Japan, late 1945National Diet Building, Tokyo, Japan, post-warMacArthur saluted as he reviewed the American Independence Day parade at the EmperorEmperor Showa and Empress Kojun at a musical-poetry performance in the Imperial Palace, Tokyo, Japan, 1950
Shinbashi Station, Tokyo, Japan, late 1945National Diet Building, Tokyo, Japan, post-warMacArthur saluted as he reviewed the American Independence Day parade at the Emperor's Palace plaza, Tokyo, Japan, 4 Jul 1948Emperor Showa and Empress Kojun at a musical-poetry performance in the Imperial Palace, Tokyo, Japan, 1950
Emperor Showa speaking at the ceremony of the 70th anniversary of the founding of Meiji University, Tokyo, Japan, 1950US Secretary of Defense Louis Johnson, General Douglas MacArthur, and General Omar Bradley during a review at the Palace Plaza, Tokyo, Japan, 19 Jun 1950US military mail truck at Haneda Air Base, Tokyo, Japan, 1951US military mail truck at Haneda Air Base, Tokyo, Japan, 1951
Emperor Showa speaking at the ceremony of the 70th anniversary of the founding of Meiji University, Tokyo, Japan, 1950US Secretary of Defense Louis Johnson, General Douglas MacArthur, and General Omar Bradley during a review at the Palace Plaza, Tokyo, Japan, 19 Jun 1950US military mail truck at Haneda Air Base, Tokyo, Japan, 1951US military mail truck at Haneda Air Base, Tokyo, Japan, 1951
US military mail truck in front of a stationary store in Tokyo, Japan, 1951Chimpanzee Susie entertaining Emperor Showa and Empress Kojun at the Ueno Zoo, Tokyo, Japan, 20 Apr 1956Battleship MutsuBattleship Mutsu
US military mail truck in front of a stationary store in Tokyo, Japan, 1951Chimpanzee Susie entertaining Emperor Showa and Empress Kojun at the Ueno Zoo, Tokyo, Japan, 20 Apr 1956Battleship Mutsu's primary gun on display at the Museum of Maritime Science, Tokyo, Japan, 11 Feb 2000, photo 1 of 2Battleship Mutsu's primary gun on display at the Museum of Maritime Science, Tokyo, Japan, 11 Feb 2000, photo 2 of 2

165 items in this album on 9 pages.



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