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US General George Stratemeyer visiting He Ruomei in a hospital, China, 17 Aug 1945; He had been arrested and tortured by the Japanese in Apr 1945 for assisting downed US airmenFuzhou Arsenal under construction, Fujian Province, China, 1867-1871Workers carrying a gun manufactured at Jiangnan Arsenal, Shanghai, China, circa 1890Haichen arriving at Dagu, Tianjin, China from Germany, 21 Sep 1898
US General George Stratemeyer visiting He Ruomei in a hospital, China, 17 Aug 1945; He had been arrested and tortured by the Japanese in Apr 1945 for assisting downed US airmenFuzhou Arsenal under construction, Fujian Province, China, 1867-1871Workers carrying a gun manufactured at Jiangnan Arsenal, Shanghai, China, circa 1890Haichen arriving at Dagu, Tianjin, China from Germany, 21 Sep 1898
Chinese protected cruiser Hairong, China, circa early 1900s; note all-black paintPortrait of Chiang Kaishek at Baoding Military Academy, Hebei, China, mid-1907Entrance of the Hubei Arsenal, China, 1894-1908Prince Chun (seated), Xuantong Emperor (standing), and Prince Pujie (in lap), Beijing, China, 23 Feb 1909
Chinese protected cruiser Hairong, China, circa early 1900s; note all-black paintPortrait of Chiang Kaishek at Baoding Military Academy, Hebei, China, mid-1907Entrance of the Hubei Arsenal, China, 1894-1908Prince Chun (seated), Xuantong Emperor (standing), and Prince Pujie (in lap), Beijing, China, 23 Feb 1909
Hanyang Arsenal, Hubei Province, China, circa 1930sChinese armorer with a Madsen light machine gun, 1911Yan Xishan and Sun Yatsen, China, 1911President Yuan Shikai with foreign dignitaries, Beijing, China, 10 Oct 1913
Hanyang Arsenal, Hubei Province, China, circa 1930sChinese armorer with a Madsen light machine gun, 1911Yan Xishan and Sun Yatsen, China, 1911President Yuan Shikai with foreign dignitaries, Beijing, China, 10 Oct 1913
Settsu firing on German targets, Qingdao, Shandong, China, Oct-Nov 1914Chinese protected cruiser Haichou, circa 1910sTorpedomen of Haichou at work, China, circa 1910sYan Xishan with other officers, China, 1916-1918
Settsu firing on German targets, Qingdao, Shandong, China, Oct-Nov 1914Chinese protected cruiser Haichou, circa 1910sTorpedomen of Haichou at work, China, circa 1910sYan Xishan with other officers, China, 1916-1918
Kim Gu and other members of the Provisional Government of the Republic of Korea in Shanghai, China, 17 Sep 1919Protected cruiser Hairong and gunboat Chiangyuan, China, circa Nov 1920Xuantong Emperor of overthrown Qing Dynasty China on the rooftop of a Forbidden City building, Beiping, China, circa early 1920sKim Gu and other members of the Provisional Government of the Republic of Korea in Shanghai, China, 1 Jan 1921
Kim Gu and other members of the Provisional Government of the Republic of Korea in Shanghai, China, 17 Sep 1919Protected cruiser Hairong and gunboat Chiangyuan, China, circa Nov 1920Xuantong Emperor of overthrown Qing Dynasty China on the rooftop of a Forbidden City building, Beiping, China, circa early 1920sKim Gu and other members of the Provisional Government of the Republic of Korea in Shanghai, China, 1 Jan 1921

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