Zhang Zuolin (1), Zhang Zongchang (2), Wu Peifu (3), Zhang Xueliang (4), and others, Shuncheng Junwang Mansion, Beijing, China, 28 Jun 1926Warlord Zhang Zuolin with his son Zhang Xueliang and a western military officer, 1920sPortrait of Zhang Xueliang, 1928Portrait of Zhang Xueliang, date unknown
Zhang Zuolin (1), Zhang Zongchang (2), Wu Peifu (3), Zhang Xueliang (4), and others, Shuncheng Junwang Mansion, Beijing, China, 28 Jun 1926Warlord Zhang Zuolin with his son Zhang Xueliang and a western military officer, 1920sPortrait of Zhang Xueliang, 1928Portrait of Zhang Xueliang, date unknown
Chiang Kaishek and Zhang Xueliang, date unknownChinese warlords Wu Peifu and Zhang Xueliang, Beiping, China, 1931Comtesse Ciano (daughter of Mussolini and husband of Ciano; center), Zhang Xueliang, W. D. Donald (ZhangZhang Xueliang and Edda Mussolini, China, circa 1931
Chiang Kaishek and Zhang Xueliang, date unknownChinese warlords Wu Peifu and Zhang Xueliang, Beiping, China, 1931Comtesse Ciano (daughter of Mussolini and husband of Ciano; center), Zhang Xueliang, W. D. Donald (Zhang's advisor; back row), and Yu Fengzhi (Zhang's wife; far right), circa 1931Zhang Xueliang and Edda Mussolini, China, circa 1931
Zhang Xueliang and Chiang Kaishek, date unknownZhang Xueliang and Chiang Kaishek, date unknownZhang Xueliang and Chiang Kaishek, date unknownChiang Kaishek at a celebration for his birthday, Si Wei Tang, Luoyang, Henan Province, China, 31 Oct 1936; L to R: Xu Yongchang, Zhang Xueliang, Song Meiling, Chiang Kaishek, Yan Xishan
Zhang Xueliang and Chiang Kaishek, date unknownZhang Xueliang and Chiang Kaishek, date unknownZhang Xueliang and Chiang Kaishek, date unknownChiang Kaishek at a celebration for his birthday, Si Wei Tang, Luoyang, Henan Province, China, 31 Oct 1936; L to R: Xu Yongchang, Zhang Xueliang, Song Meiling, Chiang Kaishek, Yan Xishan
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