425 items in this album on 22 pages.

Japanese industrial alcohol plant, Kagi (now Chiayi), Taiwan, 1936Middle school children in Taiwan taking a group photograph with a visiting Japanese Army Ki-2 bomber and crew, date unknownAboriginal Taiwanese troops of the Takasago Volunteers unit of the Japanese Army, Taiwan, 1937-1945Aboriginal Taiwanese troops of the Takasago Volunteers unit of the Japanese Army, Taiwan, 1937-1945
Japanese industrial alcohol plant, Kagi (now Chiayi), Taiwan, 1936Middle school children in Taiwan taking a group photograph with a visiting Japanese Army Ki-2 bomber and crew, date unknownAboriginal Taiwanese troops of the Takasago Volunteers unit of the Japanese Army, Taiwan, 1937-1945Aboriginal Taiwanese troops of the Takasago Volunteers unit of the Japanese Army, Taiwan, 1937-1945
Nansei sugar plant, Kagi (now Chiayi), Taiwan, 1940Smokestack of the Nansei sugar plant at Kagi (now Chiayi), Taiwan, 1940Sugar plantation, Takao (now Kaohsiung), Taiwan, date unknownThe main train station at Takao (now Kaohsiung), Taiwan, 28 Apr 1941
Nansei sugar plant, Kagi (now Chiayi), Taiwan, 1940Smokestack of the Nansei sugar plant at Kagi (now Chiayi), Taiwan, 1940Sugar plantation, Takao (now Kaohsiung), Taiwan, date unknownThe main train station at Takao (now Kaohsiung), Taiwan, 28 Apr 1941
School teacher in Taiwan in group photograph with his students shortly after receiving conscription orders from the Japanese authorities, 21 May 1942Taiwanese students at a chemistry class at the Karenko Industrial Academy, Taiwan, 1943Crown Prince Hirohito inspecting sugar industry facilities, Heito, Taiwan, 22 Apr 1943Aerial view of unidentified industrial facilities, Shinchiku, Taiwan, Nov 1943; post war records tied these facilities to Navy Oil Refinery No. 6 in Takao
School teacher in Taiwan in group photograph with his students shortly after receiving conscription orders from the Japanese authorities, 21 May 1942Taiwanese students at a chemistry class at the Karenko Industrial Academy, Taiwan, 1943Crown Prince Hirohito inspecting sugar industry facilities, Heito, Taiwan, 22 Apr 1943Aerial view of unidentified industrial facilities, Shinchiku, Taiwan, Nov 1943; post war records tied these facilities to Navy Oil Refinery No. 6 in Takao
USAAF reconnaissance photograph of Nippon Aluminium Company facilities on the coast of Takao Harbor on the site of the former Reigaryo Airfield, southern Taiwan, Nov 1943Aerial view of Toyohara Airfield, Taichu (now Taichung), Taiwan, 22 Nov 1943USAAF reconnaissance photograph of Mako harbor, Pescadores Islands, Dec 1943Reconnaissance photograph of the southern area of Heito Airfield, Heito (now Pingdong), Taiwan, 20 Dec 1943
USAAF reconnaissance photograph of Nippon Aluminium Company facilities on the coast of Takao Harbor on the site of the former Reigaryo Airfield, southern Taiwan, Nov 1943Aerial view of Toyohara Airfield, Taichu (now Taichung), Taiwan, 22 Nov 1943USAAF reconnaissance photograph of Mako harbor, Pescadores Islands, Dec 1943Reconnaissance photograph of the southern area of Heito Airfield, Heito (now Pingdong), Taiwan, 20 Dec 1943
Aerial view of a pair of bridges over Daito River (now Dadu River) in Shoka (now Changhua), Taiwan, 1944Aerial view of Taichu Airfield, Taiwan, 1944Aerial view of the former Reigaryo Airfield site and surrounding area on the coast of Takao Harbor, southern Taiwan, 1944Entrance of Takao harbor, Taiwan, 1944; photo taken by a US airman
Aerial view of a pair of bridges over Daito River (now Dadu River) in Shoka (now Changhua), Taiwan, 1944Aerial view of Taichu Airfield, Taiwan, 1944Aerial view of the former Reigaryo Airfield site and surrounding area on the coast of Takao Harbor, southern Taiwan, 1944Entrance of Takao harbor, Taiwan, 1944; photo taken by a US airman

425 items in this album on 22 pages.



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