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Japanese troops marching into an identified town, northeastern China, circa Sep-Oct 1931

Caption   Japanese troops marching into an identified town, northeastern China, circa Sep-Oct 1931 ww2dbase
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Added By C. Peter Chen
Added Date 15 May 2007

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1. Anonymous says:
7 Mar 2014 06:16:12 AM

This photo was taken in today's Daowai District, Harbin. Yuminyangfudian(Yumin Clothes shop) was a well-known clothing store in Harbin's old Daowai in the 1920s.
2. Yukti Gaba says:
23 Dec 2014 03:25:42 AM

Hi Team, We would like to use the images from your website in the educational publication. Could you please confirm if you have high resolution of the images. Please contact for further communication. Hope to hear from you soon. Regrads, Yukti Gaba

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