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Japanese filmmaker Nagamasa Kawakita visiting Shanghai, China, Apr 1942; Kawakita in front row, second from left; Chinese puppet ruler Wang Jingwei in front row, far right

Caption   Japanese filmmaker Nagamasa Kawakita visiting Shanghai, China, Apr 1942; Kawakita in front row, second from left; Chinese puppet ruler Wang Jingwei in front row, far right ww2dbase
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Added By C. Peter Chen
Added Date 7 Sep 2017

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1. Commenter identity confirmed C. Peter Chen says:
18 Jul 2017 05:57:26 AM

Front row, left to right: Zhang Shankun, Nagamasa Kawakita, Lin Baisheng, Wang Jingwei Middle row, left to right: Li Pingqian, Bo wanchang, Wang yin, Chen Yunshang, Liang Ying Rear row, left to right: Mei Xi, Liu Zhonghao, Zhou Jianyun

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