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Portrait of Dai Li, date unknownPortrait of Dai Li, date unknownPortrait of Dai Li and his mother Lan Yuexi, date unknownDai Li (right), date unknown
Portrait of Dai Li, date unknownPortrait of Dai Li, date unknownPortrait of Dai Li and his mother Lan Yuexi, date unknownDai Li (right), date unknown
Dai Li, 1940sChiang Kaishek and Dai Li, China, 1940sChiang Kaishek, Dai Li, and others touring a training camp for military police, China, 1940sChiang Kaishek, Dai Li, and others, China, 1940s
Dai Li, 1940sChiang Kaishek and Dai Li, China, 1940sChiang Kaishek, Dai Li, and others touring a training camp for military police, China, 1940sChiang Kaishek, Dai Li, and others, China, 1940s
Chiang Kaishek, Dai Li, and others, China, 1940sDai Li and Milton Miles, China, 1940sDai Li and Milton Miles, China, 1940sDai Li inspecting troops, China, 1940s
Chiang Kaishek, Dai Li, and others, China, 1940sDai Li and Milton Miles, China, 1940sDai Li and Milton Miles, China, 1940sDai Li inspecting troops, China, 1940s
Dai Li with US and Chinese personnel, China, 1940sDai Li, China, date unknownDai Li, Milton Miles and other SACO personnel, China, 1940sColonel Kharb Kunjara, Katiou Meynier, and General Dai Li at a banquet in Chongqing, China, date unknown
Dai Li with US and Chinese personnel, China, 1940sDai Li, China, date unknownDai Li, Milton Miles and other SACO personnel, China, 1940sColonel Kharb Kunjara, Katiou Meynier, and General Dai Li at a banquet in Chongqing, China, date unknown
Dai Li and Milton Miles, Chongqing, China, 1944Dai Li and Milton Miles, Chongqing, China, 1944Dai Li and Milton Miles, Chongqing, China, 1944Dai Li and Milton Miles, Chongqing, China, 1944
Dai Li and Milton Miles, Chongqing, China, 1944Dai Li and Milton Miles, Chongqing, China, 1944Dai Li and Milton Miles, Chongqing, China, 1944Dai Li and Milton Miles, Chongqing, China, 1944

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