US General Daniel Sultan, Chinese General Sun Li-jen, and medical doctor Gordon Seagrave visiting wounded Chinese troops in a field hospital, Burma, 1940sGeneral Joseph Stilwell, Major General Patrick Hurley, and Major General Daniel Sultan awaiting for a flight to Chongqing, China at the airport in New Delhi, India, Sep 1944Lieutenant Colonel Paul Jones, General Joseph Stilwell, Major General Patrick Hurley, and Major General Daniel Sultan awaiting for a flight to Chongqing, China at an airfield in New Delhi, India, Sep 1944Major General Daniel Sultan, Major General Patrick Hurley, and General Joseph Stilwell boarding an aircraft at New Delhi, India for Chongqing, China, Sep 1944
US General Daniel Sultan, Chinese General Sun Li-jen, and medical doctor Gordon Seagrave visiting wounded Chinese troops in a field hospital, Burma, 1940sGeneral Joseph Stilwell, Major General Patrick Hurley, and Major General Daniel Sultan awaiting for a flight to Chongqing, China at the airport in New Delhi, India, Sep 1944Lieutenant Colonel Paul Jones, General Joseph Stilwell, Major General Patrick Hurley, and Major General Daniel Sultan awaiting for a flight to Chongqing, China at an airfield in New Delhi, India, Sep 1944Major General Daniel Sultan, Major General Patrick Hurley, and General Joseph Stilwell boarding an aircraft at New Delhi, India for Chongqing, China, Sep 1944
US General Lewis Pick shaking hands with Chinese politician Song Ziwen, India, Feb 1945; also present were US General Daniel Sultan, US General Claire Chennault, and Chinese General Sun Li-jen
US General Lewis Pick shaking hands with Chinese politician Song Ziwen, India, Feb 1945; also present were US General Daniel Sultan, US General Claire Chennault, and Chinese General Sun Li-jen


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