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Chinese troops at Lugou Bridge, Beiping, China, Jul 1937Soldier of Chinese 29th Army showing contempt toward Japanese troops, Beiping, China, Jul 1937Chinese sentry at the Lugou Bridge, Beiping, China, Jul 1937Chinese ZB vz. 26 machine gun crew at Lugou Bridge, Beiping, China, Jul 1937
Chinese troops at Lugou Bridge, Beiping, China, Jul 1937Soldier of Chinese 29th Army showing contempt toward Japanese troops, Beiping, China, Jul 1937Chinese sentry at the Lugou Bridge, Beiping, China, Jul 1937Chinese ZB vz. 26 machine gun crew at Lugou Bridge, Beiping, China, Jul 1937
Chinese ZB vz. 26 machine gun crew at Lugou Bridge, Beiping, China, Jul 1937Chiang Kaishek announcing the start of a war of resistance against the Japanese invasion, Lushan, Jiangxi Province, China, 10 Jul 1937, photo 1 of 3Chiang Kaishek announcing the start of a war of resistance against the Japanese invasion, Lushan, Jiangxi Province, China, 10 Jul 1937, photo 2 of 3Chiang Kaishek announcing the start of a war of resistance against the Japanese invasion, Lushan, Jiangxi Province, China, 10 Jul 1937, photo 3 of 3
Chinese ZB vz. 26 machine gun crew at Lugou Bridge, Beiping, China, Jul 1937Chiang Kaishek announcing the start of a war of resistance against the Japanese invasion, Lushan, Jiangxi Province, China, 10 Jul 1937, photo 1 of 3Chiang Kaishek announcing the start of a war of resistance against the Japanese invasion, Lushan, Jiangxi Province, China, 10 Jul 1937, photo 2 of 3Chiang Kaishek announcing the start of a war of resistance against the Japanese invasion, Lushan, Jiangxi Province, China, 10 Jul 1937, photo 3 of 3
Chinese troops in Wanping Fortress, Beiping, China, Jul 1937Yorktown making 17.5 knots astern during her preliminary standardization trials, run #41, off Rockland, Maine, United States, 12-21 July 1937Harry Hopkins arriving at the White House, Washington, United States, 14 Jul 1937Chancellor Adolf Hitler speaking at the opening of the House of German Art, Munich, Germany, 18 Jul 1937
Chinese troops in Wanping Fortress, Beiping, China, Jul 1937Yorktown making 17.5 knots astern during her preliminary standardization trials, run #41, off Rockland, Maine, United States, 12-21 July 1937Harry Hopkins arriving at the White House, Washington, United States, 14 Jul 1937Chancellor Adolf Hitler speaking at the opening of the House of German Art, Munich, Germany, 18 Jul 1937
Chancellor Hitler speaking at the opening of the House of German Art, Munich, Germany, 18 Jul 1937Chancellor Hitler touring the House of German Art, Munich, Germany, 18 Jul 1937Göring and Hitler touring the House of German Art museum, Munich, Germany, 18 Jul 1937; Professor Ziegler seen speaking with HitlerUSS Yorktown underway, 21 Jul 1937
Chancellor Hitler speaking at the opening of the House of German Art, Munich, Germany, 18 Jul 1937Chancellor Hitler touring the House of German Art, Munich, Germany, 18 Jul 1937Göring and Hitler touring the House of German Art museum, Munich, Germany, 18 Jul 1937; Professor Ziegler seen speaking with HitlerUSS Yorktown underway, 21 Jul 1937
Launching of battleship Vittorio Veneto, Trieste, Italy, 25 Jul 1937Japanese troops at Lugou Bridge, near Beiping, China, Jul 1937, photo 1 of 4Japanese troops at Lugou Bridge, near Beiping, China, Jul 1937, photo 2 of 4Japanese troops at Lugou Bridge, near Beiping, China, Jul 1937, photo 3 of 4
Launching of battleship Vittorio Veneto, Trieste, Italy, 25 Jul 1937Japanese troops at Lugou Bridge, near Beiping, China, Jul 1937, photo 1 of 4Japanese troops at Lugou Bridge, near Beiping, China, Jul 1937, photo 2 of 4Japanese troops at Lugou Bridge, near Beiping, China, Jul 1937, photo 3 of 4

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