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245 items in this album on 13 pages.

Troops of the Chinese 88th Division marching toward Shanghai, China, circa early Aug 1937; note German M1935 helmetsAutomobile destroyed during the accidental bombing of the Palace and Cathay Hotels, Shanghai, China, 14 Aug 1937
Troops of the Chinese 88th Division marching toward Shanghai, China, circa early Aug 1937; note German M1935 helmetsAutomobile destroyed during the accidental bombing of the Palace and Cathay Hotels, Shanghai, China, 14 Aug 1937
Palace and Cathay Hotels damaged by accidental bombing, Shanghai, China, 14 Aug 1937, photo 1 of 7Palace and Cathay Hotels damaged by accidental bombing, Shanghai, China, 14 Aug 1937, photo 2 of 7
Palace and Cathay Hotels damaged by accidental bombing, Shanghai, China, 14 Aug 1937, photo 1 of 7Palace and Cathay Hotels damaged by accidental bombing, Shanghai, China, 14 Aug 1937, photo 2 of 7
Palace and Cathay Hotels damaged by accidental bombing, Shanghai, China, 14 Aug 1937, photo 3 of 7Palace and Cathay Hotels damaged by accidental bombing, Shanghai, China, 14 Aug 1937, photo 4 of 7
Palace and Cathay Hotels damaged by accidental bombing, Shanghai, China, 14 Aug 1937, photo 3 of 7Palace and Cathay Hotels damaged by accidental bombing, Shanghai, China, 14 Aug 1937, photo 4 of 7
Palace and Cathay Hotels damaged by accidental bombing, Shanghai, China, 14 Aug 1937, photo 5 of 7Palace and Cathay Hotels damaged by accidental bombing, Shanghai, China, 14 Aug 1937, photo 6 of 7
Palace and Cathay Hotels damaged by accidental bombing, Shanghai, China, 14 Aug 1937, photo 5 of 7Palace and Cathay Hotels damaged by accidental bombing, Shanghai, China, 14 Aug 1937, photo 6 of 7
Palace and Cathay Hotels damaged by accidental bombing, Shanghai, China, 14 Aug 1937, photo 7 of 7Victims of the accidental bombing of Palace and Cathay Hotels, Shanghai, China, 14 Aug 1937, photo 1 of 7
Palace and Cathay Hotels damaged by accidental bombing, Shanghai, China, 14 Aug 1937, photo 7 of 7Victims of the accidental bombing of Palace and Cathay Hotels, Shanghai, China, 14 Aug 1937, photo 1 of 7
Victims of the accidental bombing of Palace and Cathay Hotels, Shanghai, China, 14 Aug 1937, photo 2 of 7Victims of the accidental bombing of Palace and Cathay Hotels, Shanghai, China, 14 Aug 1937, photo 3 of 7
Victims of the accidental bombing of Palace and Cathay Hotels, Shanghai, China, 14 Aug 1937, photo 2 of 7Victims of the accidental bombing of Palace and Cathay Hotels, Shanghai, China, 14 Aug 1937, photo 3 of 7
Victims of the accidental bombing of Palace and Cathay Hotels, Shanghai, China, 14 Aug 1937, photo 4 of 7Victims of the accidental bombing of Palace and Cathay Hotels, Shanghai, China, 14 Aug 1937, photo 5 of 7
Victims of the accidental bombing of Palace and Cathay Hotels, Shanghai, China, 14 Aug 1937, photo 4 of 7Victims of the accidental bombing of Palace and Cathay Hotels, Shanghai, China, 14 Aug 1937, photo 5 of 7
Victims of the accidental bombing of Palace and Cathay Hotels, Shanghai, China, 14 Aug 1937, photo 6 of 7Victims of the accidental bombing of Palace and Cathay Hotels, Shanghai, China, 14 Aug 1937, photo 7 of 7
Victims of the accidental bombing of Palace and Cathay Hotels, Shanghai, China, 14 Aug 1937, photo 6 of 7Victims of the accidental bombing of Palace and Cathay Hotels, Shanghai, China, 14 Aug 1937, photo 7 of 7
Japanese soldiers guarding a Chinese prisoner of war at bayonet point, south of Yuepu, Shanghai, China, Aug 1937; note Japanese censorSmoke above Zhabei district of Shanghai during battle, Aug-Sep 1937
Japanese soldiers guarding a Chinese prisoner of war at bayonet point, south of Yuepu, Shanghai, China, Aug 1937; note Japanese censor's disallow stampSmoke above Zhabei district of Shanghai during battle, Aug-Sep 1937
Chinese soldier in Shanghai, China, 1937US Navy officer speaking to sailors injured by an errant Chinese anti-aircraft shell, USS Augusta, Shanghai, China, 21 Aug 1937, photo 1 of 3
Chinese soldier in Shanghai, China, 1937US Navy officer speaking to sailors injured by an errant Chinese anti-aircraft shell, USS Augusta, Shanghai, China, 21 Aug 1937, photo 1 of 3

245 items in this album on 13 pages.

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