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Chinese men being registered by newly arrived Japanese occupation, possibly Nanjing, China, late 1937 or early 1938This particular Panzer I Ausf. A light tank covered a Chinese retreat in Nanjing, China for many hours on 12 Dec 1937 before being captured by the Japanese, photo 1 of 2This particular Panzer I Ausf. A light tank covered a Chinese retreat in Nanjing, China for many hours on 12 Dec 1937 before being captured by the Japanese, photo 2 of 2Air raid shelter, Nanjing, China, Jan 1938
Chinese men being registered by newly arrived Japanese occupation, possibly Nanjing, China, late 1937 or early 1938This particular Panzer I Ausf. A light tank covered a Chinese retreat in Nanjing, China for many hours on 12 Dec 1937 before being captured by the Japanese, photo 1 of 2This particular Panzer I Ausf. A light tank covered a Chinese retreat in Nanjing, China for many hours on 12 Dec 1937 before being captured by the Japanese, photo 2 of 2Air raid shelter, Nanjing, China, Jan 1938
Battle-damaged Nanjing, China, Jan 1938Headquarters of the Republic of China government under Japanese control, circa Jan 1938Inauguration ceremony of the Chinese collaborationist Nanjing Autonomous Commission, China, 1 Jan 1938, photo 1 of 2Inauguration ceremony of the Chinese collaborationist Nanjing Autonomous Commission, China, 1 Jan 1938, photo 2 of 2
Battle-damaged Nanjing, China, Jan 1938Headquarters of the Republic of China government under Japanese control, circa Jan 1938Inauguration ceremony of the Chinese collaborationist Nanjing Autonomous Commission, China, 1 Jan 1938, photo 1 of 2Inauguration ceremony of the Chinese collaborationist Nanjing Autonomous Commission, China, 1 Jan 1938, photo 2 of 2
Chinese woman grieving the death of her entire family at the hands of the Japanese, Nanjing, China, 5 Feb 1938Japanese Army G3M Type 96 bomber flying over the Sun Yatsen Mausoleum, Nanjing, China, date unknownWang Jingwei and Chinese and Japanese civilian officials at the ceremony establishing a Japanese government in Nanjing, China, 30 Mar 1940Wang Jingwei and military officers at the ceremony establishing a Japanese government in Nanjing, China, 30 Mar 1940
Chinese woman grieving the death of her entire family at the hands of the Japanese, Nanjing, China, 5 Feb 1938Japanese Army G3M Type 96 bomber flying over the Sun Yatsen Mausoleum, Nanjing, China, date unknownWang Jingwei and Chinese and Japanese civilian officials at the ceremony establishing a Japanese government in Nanjing, China, 30 Mar 1940Wang Jingwei and military officers at the ceremony establishing a Japanese government in Nanjing, China, 30 Mar 1940
Japanese bringing Wang JingweiWang Jingwei signing an agreement with the Japanese over the recognition of the puppet nation of Manchukuo, Nanjing, China, 30 Nov 1940Wang Jingwei speaking at a ceremony in which the Japanese puppet states of Manchukuo and Nanjing recognized each other, Nanjing, China, 30 Nov 1940Japanese officers at the Sun Yat-sen Mausoleum, Nanjing, China, 1941
Japanese bringing Wang Jingwei's mother to Nanjing, China as a virtual prisoner to better control Wang Jingwei and his puppet government, Apr 1940Wang Jingwei signing an agreement with the Japanese over the recognition of the puppet nation of Manchukuo, Nanjing, China, 30 Nov 1940Wang Jingwei speaking at a ceremony in which the Japanese puppet states of Manchukuo and Nanjing recognized each other, Nanjing, China, 30 Nov 1940Japanese officers at the Sun Yat-sen Mausoleum, Nanjing, China, 1941
Officer candidates on the parade ground at the Chinese Central Military Academy, Nanjing, China, circa 1940-1941Japanese puppet government in Nanjing celebration the first anniversary of its Chu Minyi observing a complete solar eclipse, Nanjing, China, 21 Sep 1941Seishiro Itagaki and Wang Jingwei in Nanjing, China, 1942
Officer candidates on the parade ground at the Chinese Central Military Academy, Nanjing, China, circa 1940-1941Japanese puppet government in Nanjing celebration the first anniversary of its 'return' to the Chinese capital city, China, 30 Mar 1941; note portrait of Wang Jingwei atop the sloganChu Minyi observing a complete solar eclipse, Nanjing, China, 21 Sep 1941Seishiro Itagaki and Wang Jingwei in Nanjing, China, 1942

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