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Mitsubishi Ki-57 transport code named 'Topsy' landing at Nanking, China (now Nanjing) with LtGen Okamura Yasutsugu, Commander of Japanese Forces in Central China, for the surrender ceremonies, Sep 9, 1945

Caption   Mitsubishi Ki-57 transport code named 'Topsy' landing at Nanking, China (now Nanjing) with LtGen Okamura Yasutsugu, Commander of Japanese Forces in Central China, for the surrender ceremonies, Sep 9, 1945 ww2dbase
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Photos on Same Day 9 Sep 1945
Photos at Same Place Nanking, Kiangsu, China
Added By David Stubblebine
Added Date 10 Jan 2014

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WW2-Era Place Name Nanking, Kiangsu, China
Lat/Long 31.9983, 118.8139
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