Du Yuming, Cao Xiuqing, and child, date unknownDu Yuming, date unknownGenerals of the Chinese Expeditionary Force to Burma, 1942; note Du Yuming right-most in the front rowGeneral Du Yuming, date unknown
Du Yuming, Cao Xiuqing, and child, date unknownDu Yuming, date unknownGenerals of the Chinese Expeditionary Force to Burma, 1942; note Du Yuming right-most in the front rowGeneral Du Yuming, date unknown
Du Yuming (third from the right) and other Chinese leaders with an American officer, circa 1945Du Yuming in captivity, 1945Wang Yaowu, Lu Han, Zhang Fakui, He Yingqin, Tang Enbo, Du Yuming, Xiao Yisu, and an unidentified high ranking US Army officer after the surrender ceremony in Zhijiang, Hunan Province, China, 21 Aug 1945Chiang Kaishek and Du Yuming, Beiping, China, Nov 1948
Du Yuming (third from the right) and other Chinese leaders with an American officer, circa 1945Du Yuming in captivity, 1945Wang Yaowu, Lu Han, Zhang Fakui, He Yingqin, Tang Enbo, Du Yuming, Xiao Yisu, and an unidentified high ranking US Army officer after the surrender ceremony in Zhijiang, Hunan Province, China, 21 Aug 1945Chiang Kaishek and Du Yuming, Beiping, China, Nov 1948
Du Yuming reading a magazine, Jun 1965Du Yuming and Cao Xiuqing, date unknown
Du Yuming reading a magazine, Jun 1965Du Yuming and Cao Xiuqing, date unknown
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