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Portrait of Chiang Kaishek, 1945-1946Chiang Kaishek and Song Meiling visiting LST-1050 Charnegtel of US Navy 7th Fleet, early 1946; seen in 15 Feb 1946 issue of The China Press
Portrait of Chiang Kaishek, 1945-1946Chiang Kaishek and Song Meiling visiting LST-1050 Charnegtel of US Navy 7th Fleet, early 1946; seen in 15 Feb 1946 issue of The China Press
Chiang Kaishek, Australian Ambassador Douglas Copland, and Chinese leaders in Chongqing, China, 23 Mar 1946Chiang Kaishek on the occasion of the Republic of China government officially returning to the capital of Nanjing, China, 5 May 1946
Chiang Kaishek, Australian Ambassador Douglas Copland, and Chinese leaders in Chongqing, China, 23 Mar 1946Chiang Kaishek on the occasion of the Republic of China government officially returning to the capital of Nanjing, China, 5 May 1946
Chiang Kaishek and Song Meiling at an airfield in Taiwan, Republic of China, 21 Oct 1946Chiang with 17 National Assembly delegates representing the province of Taiwan, Nanjing, Republic of China, late 1946
Chiang Kaishek and Song Meiling at an airfield in Taiwan, Republic of China, 21 Oct 1946Chiang with 17 National Assembly delegates representing the province of Taiwan, Nanjing, Republic of China, late 1946
Chairman of the Chinese National Assembly Woo Tsin-hang ceremonially delivered a copy of the Constitution of the Republic of China to Chiang Kaishek, 25 Dec 1946Chiang Kaishek inspecting Yan
Chairman of the Chinese National Assembly Woo Tsin-hang ceremonially delivered a copy of the Constitution of the Republic of China to Chiang Kaishek, 25 Dec 1946Chiang Kaishek inspecting Yan'an, Shaanxi, China, 7 Aug 1947
Chiang Kaishek with James Edward Walsh (second from left) and other missionaries, Shanghai, China, 1948Portrait of Chiang Kaishek with his son Chiang Ching-Kuo, 1948
Chiang Kaishek with James Edward Walsh (second from left) and other missionaries, Shanghai, China, 1948Portrait of Chiang Kaishek with his son Chiang Ching-Kuo, 1948
Chiang Kaishek at the Chiang ancestral grave, Yixing County, Jiangsu Province, China, 16 May 1948, photo 1 of 2Chiang Kaishek at the Chiang ancestral grave, Yixing County, Jiangsu Province, China, 16 May 1948, photo 2 of 2
Chiang Kaishek at the Chiang ancestral grave, Yixing County, Jiangsu Province, China, 16 May 1948, photo 1 of 2Chiang Kaishek at the Chiang ancestral grave, Yixing County, Jiangsu Province, China, 16 May 1948, photo 2 of 2
Chiang inaugurated as the President of the Republic of China, 20 May 1948Chiang Kaishek and Du Yuming, Beiping, China, Nov 1948
Chiang inaugurated as the President of the Republic of China, 20 May 1948Chiang Kaishek and Du Yuming, Beiping, China, Nov 1948
Chiang Kaishek and Wei Lihuang in Beiping, China, Nov 1948Fu Zuoyi, Chiang Kaishek, and Wei Lihuang in Beiping, China, Nov 1948
Chiang Kaishek and Wei Lihuang in Beiping, China, Nov 1948Fu Zuoyi, Chiang Kaishek, and Wei Lihuang in Beiping, China, Nov 1948
ChiangPresident Chiang Kaishek of China and President Syngman Rhee of South Korea in Chinae, South Korea, Aug 1949
Chiang's Republic of China at Taiwan citizen ID card, note he was citizen number onePresident Chiang Kaishek of China and President Syngman Rhee of South Korea in Chinae, South Korea, Aug 1949
Chiang Kaishek, Song Meiling, Chiang Ching-kuo, Faina IpatChiang Kaishek and Song Meiling in front of the Presidential Office Building, Taipei, Taiwan, Republic of China, 1950
Chiang Kaishek, Song Meiling, Chiang Ching-kuo, Faina Ipat'evna Vakhreva, and other Chiang family members in Taiwan, Republic of China, late 1949Chiang Kaishek and Song Meiling in front of the Presidential Office Building, Taipei, Taiwan, Republic of China, 1950

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