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Chiang Ching-kuo looking at soldiers on a street in Ganzhou, Jiangxi Province, China, 1942, photo 2 of 2

Caption   Chiang Ching-kuo looking at soldiers on a street in Ganzhou, Jiangxi Province, China, 1942, photo 2 of 2 ww2dbase
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Source    ww2dbaseUniversity of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Libraries Harrison Forman Collection
Identification Code   fr201298
Photos in Series See all photos in this series
Photos at Same Place Ganzhou, Jiangxi, China
Added By C. Peter Chen
Added Date 15 Oct 2020

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Special thanks to Sandra Carlyle Forman for sharing with the world the work of her late husband.




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