Chinese 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, 1912-1928Chinese protected cruiser Hairong, date unknown
Chinese 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, 1912-1928Chinese protected cruiser Hairong, date unknown
Chinese protected cruiser Hairong, 1929Hairong at a shipyard undergoing overhaul, date unknownHairong in the Yangtze River, China, date unknown
Chinese protected cruiser Hairong, 1929Hairong at a shipyard undergoing overhaul, date unknownHairong in the Yangtze River, China, date unknown
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