Haichen arriving at Dagu, Tianjin, China from Germany, 21 Sep 1898Chinese protected cruiser Hairong, circa early 1900s; note all-black paintChinese protected cruiser Hairong and Japanese battleship Mikasa in Vladivostok, Russia, late 1917Chinese protected cruiser Hairong, 1912-1928
Haichen arriving at Dagu, Tianjin, China from Germany, 21 Sep 1898Chinese protected cruiser Hairong, circa early 1900s; note all-black paintChinese protected cruiser Hairong and Japanese battleship Mikasa in Vladivostok, Russia, late 1917Chinese protected cruiser Hairong, 1912-1928
Chinese protected cruiser Hairong, date unknownTorpedomen of Haichou at work, date unknownChinese protected cruiser Haichen, date unknownChinese protected cruiser Haichou, date unknown
Chinese protected cruiser Hairong, date unknownTorpedomen of Haichou at work, date unknownChinese protected cruiser Haichen, date unknownChinese protected cruiser Haichou, date unknown
Chinese protected cruiser Hairong, 1929Hairong at a shipyard undergoing overhaul, date unknownA Hairong-class protected cruiser, date unknownHairong in the Yangtze River, China, date unknown
Chinese protected cruiser Hairong, 1929Hairong at a shipyard undergoing overhaul, date unknownA Hairong-class protected cruiser, date unknownHairong in the Yangtze River, China, date unknown
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