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Bai Chongxi as the Chief of Staff of the Chinese National Revolutionary Army, 1926Chiang Kaishek and Bai Chongxi, late 1920sChiang Kaishek and other Nationalist leaders paying respect to Sun Yatsen upon the successful conclusion of the Northern Expedition, Biyun Temple, Beiping, China, 6 Jul 1928, photo 1 of 2Chinese leaders at Sun Yatsen
Bai Chongxi as the Chief of Staff of the Chinese National Revolutionary Army, 1926Chiang Kaishek and Bai Chongxi, late 1920sChiang Kaishek and other Nationalist leaders paying respect to Sun Yatsen upon the successful conclusion of the Northern Expedition, Biyun Temple, Beiping, China, 6 Jul 1928, photo 1 of 2Chinese leaders at Sun Yatsen's temporary mausoleum celebrating the conclusion of the Northern Expedition, Temple of Azure Clouds, Beiping, China, 6 Jul 1928
Group portrait of Army reorganization conference attendees, China, 25 Jan 1929Li Zongren, Chiang Kaishek, and Bai Chongxi, 1938Portrait of Bai Chongxi, seen on cover of Liangyou Pictorial No. 137 issued in May 1938Bai Chongxi, He Yingqin, and Xia Wei, China, circa 1930s
Group portrait of Army reorganization conference attendees, China, 25 Jan 1929Li Zongren, Chiang Kaishek, and Bai Chongxi, 1938Portrait of Bai Chongxi, seen on cover of Liangyou Pictorial No. 137 issued in May 1938Bai Chongxi, He Yingqin, and Xia Wei, China, circa 1930s
Portrait of Bai Chongxi seen in Japanese publication Chinese military leaders Bai Chongxi, Chen Cheng, Gu Zhutong, Zhou Zhirou, Xu Hanmou, Tang Boen, and others, Chongqing, China, 1942Bai Chongxi, date unknownGroup portrait of Chinese generals after a conference, Chongqing, China, 1943; note Hu Zongnan (first row, first from left), Chen Cheng (first row, third from left), Gu Zhutong (first row, fifth from left), Bai Chongxi (first row, fifth from right), Huang Zhenqiu (first row, third from right), and Yu Jishi (rear row, first from right)
Portrait of Bai Chongxi seen in Japanese publication 'Latest Biographies of Important Chinese', 1941Chinese military leaders Bai Chongxi, Chen Cheng, Gu Zhutong, Zhou Zhirou, Xu Hanmou, Tang Boen, and others, Chongqing, China, 1942Bai Chongxi, date unknownGroup portrait of Chinese generals after a conference, Chongqing, China, 1943; note Hu Zongnan (first row, first from left), Chen Cheng (first row, third from left), Gu Zhutong (first row, fifth from left), Bai Chongxi (first row, fifth from right), Huang Zhenqiu (first row, third from right), and Yu Jishi (rear row, first from right)
Bai Chongxi and other officers with Chiang Kaishek, circa 1940sBai Chongxi, China, circa 1940sChen Cheng and Bai Chongxi, China, 1943Portrait of General Bai Chongxi, 1940s
Bai Chongxi and other officers with Chiang Kaishek, circa 1940sBai Chongxi, China, circa 1940sChen Cheng and Bai Chongxi, China, 1943Portrait of General Bai Chongxi, 1940s
Bai Chongxi (right) observing the Japanese surrender ceremony at the Forbidden City, Beiping, China, 10 Oct 1945Bai Chongxi and Song Meiling preparing a birthday cake for Chiang Kaishek, Chongqing, China, 31 Oct 1945He Yingqin, Chiang Kaishek, and Bai Chongxi at Sun Yat-sen Mausoleum, Nanjing, China, post-WW2Two unidentified US Army officers, Zhang Lingfu, Bai Chongxi, He Yingqin, Shi Zhongcheng, Qiu Weida, Chen Chuanjun, and Pi Xuanqiu, Nanjing, Feb 1946
Bai Chongxi (right) observing the Japanese surrender ceremony at the Forbidden City, Beiping, China, 10 Oct 1945Bai Chongxi and Song Meiling preparing a birthday cake for Chiang Kaishek, Chongqing, China, 31 Oct 1945He Yingqin, Chiang Kaishek, and Bai Chongxi at Sun Yat-sen Mausoleum, Nanjing, China, post-WW2Two unidentified US Army officers, Zhang Lingfu, Bai Chongxi, He Yingqin, Shi Zhongcheng, Qiu Weida, Chen Chuanjun, and Pi Xuanqiu, Nanjing, Feb 1946

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