369 items in this album on 19 pages.

Cathay Hotel, Shanghai, China, mid-1937, photo 2 of 2Chiang Kaishek in Shanghai, China, summer 1937Chinese entertainer visiting troops, Shanghai, China, Aug 1937Chinese soldier in Shanghai, China, mid-1937; note Hangyang Type 88 rifle and German-made helmet and grenades
Cathay Hotel, Shanghai, China, mid-1937, photo 2 of 2Chiang Kaishek in Shanghai, China, summer 1937Chinese entertainer visiting troops, Shanghai, China, Aug 1937Chinese soldier in Shanghai, China, mid-1937; note Hangyang Type 88 rifle and German-made helmet and grenades
Chinese 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 helmetsChinese soldiers in Shanghai, China, mid-1937; note Hangyang Type 88 rifles and German-made helmets and grenade
Chinese 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 helmetsChinese soldiers in Shanghai, China, mid-1937; note Hangyang Type 88 rifles and German-made helmets and grenade
Chinese soldiers in Shanghai, China, mid-1937; note Hangyang Type 88 rifles and German-made helmets and grenadesChinese Vickers 6-Ton light tank captured by the Japanese, Shanghai, China, mid-1937, photo 1 of 5Chinese Vickers 6-Ton light tank captured by the Japanese, Shanghai, China, mid-1937, photo 2 of 5Chinese Vickers 6-Ton light tank captured by the Japanese, Shanghai, China, mid-1937, photo 3 of 5
Chinese soldiers in Shanghai, China, mid-1937; note Hangyang Type 88 rifles and German-made helmets and grenadesChinese Vickers 6-Ton light tank captured by the Japanese, Shanghai, China, mid-1937, photo 1 of 5Chinese Vickers 6-Ton light tank captured by the Japanese, Shanghai, China, mid-1937, photo 2 of 5Chinese Vickers 6-Ton light tank captured by the Japanese, Shanghai, China, mid-1937, photo 3 of 5
Chinese Vickers 6-Ton light tank captured by the Japanese, Shanghai, China, mid-1937, photo 4 of 5Chinese Vickers 6-Ton light tank captured by the Japanese, Shanghai, China, mid-1937, photo 5 of 5Chinese woman killed by Japanese bombing at the side of a bridge, Shanghai, China, mid-1937, photo 1 of 3Chinese woman killed by Japanese bombing at the side of a bridge, Shanghai, China, mid-1937, photo 2 of 3
Chinese Vickers 6-Ton light tank captured by the Japanese, Shanghai, China, mid-1937, photo 4 of 5Chinese Vickers 6-Ton light tank captured by the Japanese, Shanghai, China, mid-1937, photo 5 of 5Chinese woman killed by Japanese bombing at the side of a bridge, Shanghai, China, mid-1937, photo 1 of 3Chinese woman killed by Japanese bombing at the side of a bridge, Shanghai, China, mid-1937, photo 2 of 3
Chinese woman killed by Japanese bombing at the side of a bridge, Shanghai, China, mid-1937, photo 3 of 3Chinese workers on a pier, Shanghai, China, mid-1937, photo 1 of 5; note HMS Cumberland in backgroundChinese workers on a pier, Shanghai, China, mid-1937, photo 2 of 5; note HMS Cumberland in backgroundChinese workers on a pier, Shanghai, China, mid-1937, photo 3 of 5; note HMS Cumberland in background
Chinese woman killed by Japanese bombing at the side of a bridge, Shanghai, China, mid-1937, photo 3 of 3Chinese workers on a pier, Shanghai, China, mid-1937, photo 1 of 5; note HMS Cumberland in backgroundChinese workers on a pier, Shanghai, China, mid-1937, photo 2 of 5; note HMS Cumberland in backgroundChinese workers on a pier, Shanghai, China, mid-1937, photo 3 of 5; note HMS Cumberland in background

369 items in this album on 19 pages.



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