53 items in this album on 3 pages.

Japanese Army infantrymen on exercise with Arisaka Type 38 rifles, 1931Arisaka Type 38 rifles and the banner of the Japanese 16th Cavalry Regiment, 1933Japanese soldier with camel, northeastern China, 1937A group of Japanese Army officers and men cheering at Nankou, Beiping, China, 1937; seen in the 1 Sep 1937 issue of the Japanese publication Asahigraph
Japanese Army infantrymen on exercise with Arisaka Type 38 rifles, 1931Arisaka Type 38 rifles and the banner of the Japanese 16th Cavalry Regiment, 1933Japanese soldier with camel, northeastern China, 1937A group of Japanese Army officers and men cheering at Nankou, Beiping, China, 1937; seen in the 1 Sep 1937 issue of the Japanese publication Asahigraph
Cover of the 1 Sep 1937 issue of the Japanese publication Asahigraph, featuring Japanese troops marching in northern ChinaJapanese Army soldiers with Arisaka Type 38 rifles on a hand cart, China, 1937; seen in the 1 Sep 1937 issue of the Japanese publication AsahigraphJapanese naval infantrymen at Wusong, northern Shanghai, China, mid-1937, photo 2 of 5Japanese naval infantrymen at Wusong, northern Shanghai, China, mid-1937, photo 3 of 5
Cover of the 1 Sep 1937 issue of the Japanese publication Asahigraph, featuring Japanese troops marching in northern ChinaJapanese Army soldiers with Arisaka Type 38 rifles on a hand cart, China, 1937; seen in the 1 Sep 1937 issue of the Japanese publication AsahigraphJapanese naval infantrymen at Wusong, northern Shanghai, China, mid-1937, photo 2 of 5Japanese naval infantrymen at Wusong, northern Shanghai, China, mid-1937, photo 3 of 5
Japanese troops guarding a section of a railway near the village of Zhangxindian near Beijing, China; seen in the 1 Sep 1937 issue of the Japanese publication AsahigraphTroops of Japanese 18th Infantry Regiment at Dachang near Shanghai, China, Oct 1937, photo 1 of 2Troops of Japanese 18th Infantry Regiment at Dachang near Shanghai, China, Oct 1937, photo 2 of 2Japanese soldiers escorting a column of Chinese prisoners of war, China, circa late 1937 to early 1938
Japanese troops guarding a section of a railway near the village of Zhangxindian near Beijing, China; seen in the 1 Sep 1937 issue of the Japanese publication AsahigraphTroops of Japanese 18th Infantry Regiment at Dachang near Shanghai, China, Oct 1937, photo 1 of 2Troops of Japanese 18th Infantry Regiment at Dachang near Shanghai, China, Oct 1937, photo 2 of 2Japanese soldiers escorting a column of Chinese prisoners of war, China, circa late 1937 to early 1938
Japanese soldiers in China, circa late 1937 to early 1938Japanese troop train in China, late 1937 to early 1938Japanese troops in a canal in a Chinese city, late 1937 to early 1938Japanese troops scaling a wall, China, late 1937 to early 1938
Japanese soldiers in China, circa late 1937 to early 1938Japanese troop train in China, late 1937 to early 1938Japanese troops in a canal in a Chinese city, late 1937 to early 1938Japanese troops scaling a wall, China, late 1937 to early 1938
Japanese Army soldier with Arisaka Type 38 rifle, Mar 1939Japanese Infantry and a Type 89 tank during the Battle of Nanchang, China, 1939Chinese soldier carrying captured Japanese Type 38 rifles and a Type 11 light machine gun, date unknownInstructional or propaganda photograph of a Japanese Army soldier carrying a wounded comrade, date unknown
Japanese Army soldier with Arisaka Type 38 rifle, Mar 1939Japanese Infantry and a Type 89 tank during the Battle of Nanchang, China, 1939Chinese soldier carrying captured Japanese Type 38 rifles and a Type 11 light machine gun, date unknownInstructional or propaganda photograph of a Japanese Army soldier carrying a wounded comrade, date unknown

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